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- geoTract.com provides a central commonplace to share experiences and interests in the form of maps mashed with chatting, blogs, friends lists, favorites lists, and general locations.
- Oishii is kind of a del.icio.us mini-zeitgeist. oishii: ephemeral pheromonal del.icio.us-ness. It polls the del.icio.us front page every 5 minutes, and returns all sites bookmarked by at least 30...
- My Del.icio.us Recommendation Snippet is a recommendation link list generator extracted from site owners bookmarks archived in del.icio.us. If you tell your del.icio.us ID to the site, you can get...
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