Who’s In The News? Data visualizations of Google’s massive news aggregator are an interesting way to graphically keep tabs on developing news stories. A view of the project’s time-based interface .
This form allows you to look up del.icio.us links that are tagged with one or more subjects. Example: entering art and design brings you to the url http://del.icio.us/tag/art+design which has links to pages about both art and design . (Of course, you can also simply navigate to the url of your choosing to get the same results, but I prefer a painlessly simple user-friendly form.)
“Post comments to suggest any tools I missed here”…OK, here goes. As part of a tutorial on how to build side-bars for IE without having to learn C++ (instead using XForms), I produced a panel that allows you to add the current browser page to del.icio.us–with tags–in one click. The XForm side-bar picks up the title of the page you are looking at in the main frame, as well as any keywords in the META tags, which will then be used as tag suggestions.