In short: doing is more compelling, it forces you to make sense of your logic and apply it within a real life scenario, focuses attention, encourages discipline, it makes good use of time, and you learn from it. So why is it so hard to make the connection between talking and doing? We should get together some time... Give me a call...
This is a rough outline of what we have planned for the site. Things in gray haven't been implemented yet; things in black are live on the site. Already done Basic delicious-like bookmarking 'Read later' feature Default privacy, private tags Feeds, API and badges Full-text search Archival accounts (store full bookmark content) Import bookmarks from Twitter & Twitter favorites Sync with Delicious, Instapaper, Read It Later, Google Reader Save and index tweets from one Twitter account Localize site in Japanese and German Bookmark by email Bulk editing of bookmarks Mobile version of site 'Organize' interface for quick tagging Create and save plain text notes Under development Searchable archive of tweets from multiple Twitter accounts Firefox plugin Chrome plugin Expanded API Public profiles for people who want them
Switch if you want... Speed, speed, speed An information-dense user interface. An ad-free site with no third-party tracking. A way to save notes and other snippets of text as bookmarks. No length limits on descriptions.