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Backing up your pinboard bookmarks on Windows Automatically

Posted on September 29th, 2011.

Note: In an earlier version of this post there were two examples showing how to backup pinboard bookmarks from the command-line. Since then, something at pinboard has changed and those scripts no longer work. I wasn’t able to get the curl version up and running again quickly, so I’m removing it and updating the Powershell...

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Delicous alternatives: Pinboard

Posted on January 2nd, 2011.

Pinboard provides a stripped-down bookmarking service that it bills as “Social bookmarking for introverts”.  You can import your Delicious bookmarks, and their API is modeled on v1 of the del.icio.us API, which should allow third party tools for Delicious to be modified to work with Pinboard. There really isn’t much to say about...

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Delicious Alternatives: Diigo

Posted on December 29th, 2010.

I started checking out some of the delicious alternatives mentioned on the searchengineland.com site.  Here are some initial impressions of one of them:  Diigo. Digo can do what Delicious does, and more.  It is easy to import your bookmarks from Delicious. Using the Firefox plug-in,  you can add notes and highlight sections of the pages...

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A Delicious post

Posted on December 27th, 2010.

I like delicious.com because it lets me save and categorize my bookmarks, and it lets me get to my bookmarks wherever I am.  Most of my bookmarks on Delicious are private.  They are just links to things I want to be able to find again. Recently an article appeared on TechCrunch saying delicious.com might be shut down by its current...