Top 5 Delicious alternative bookmarking sites

Gerald Lynch Features, Internet, Round ups, Tech Digest news, Websites 4 Comments

Delicious, the bookmark host and organising site, is to close its doors to the the interwebbing public as part of a bid to streamine and cost-cut at umbrella-company owners Yahoo!.

First launched as back in 2003, it’ll come as sad news to the many users who used it to organise and share their web-browsing habits.

So where to now for your bookmarks? Here’s a look at 5 Delicious alternatives you should be checking out. NOW!

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By Gerald Lynch | December 17th, 2010

  • John is very good alternative. I use this very easy bookmark manager/speed dial/notepad/private storage-password protected pages… whatever’s…(in additional with easy sharing – just publish your web site e.g. on facebook (you can choose your web address – it is your loginname)
    I recommend – it’s totally free

  • John

    Apple-D/Ctrl-D in your favourite browser. No more risk of Web 2.0 companies shutting down and losing your data.

  • ahmdahmd

    O Jesus, son of Mary! Is thy Lord able to send down for us a table spread with food from heaven?

  • nomnom

    i suggest also flinkin !