introsp.icio.us: Using del.icio.us to identify your interests The Ruby script below analyzes your del.icio.us links to generate a list of your favourite interests. It lists the tags that are most frequently used in your links. Because you may not have been diligent about descriptively tagging your links, this script uses the tags from *all* users, for *your* links. The result is a list of tags, sorted by the number of your links that have been associated with each tag. In effect, you get a list of your favourite interests, starting with the ones you enjoy the most.
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Service Catalog Deutsch Wissen öffnen Can I publish Open Access? StumbleUpon's Most Popular Searches and Links of 2011 On StumbleUpon? Come follow the Mashable Channel and discover our favorite articles covering social media, tech news, and digital culture! StumbleUpon, the site that lets you discover the web through its "Stumble!" MindMapping Are you using mind mapping tools such as MindManager, FreeMind or XMind? And reference management tools such as JabRef, Endnote, or Zotero? And do you sometimes even create bookmark in PDFs? Then you should have a look at SciPlore MindMapping. StumbleUpon: 10 Tips and Tricks for Power Users On StumbleUpon? Come follow the Mashable Channel and discover our favorite articles covering social media, tech news, and digital culture! Thousands of websites are created every day, yet sometimes the Internet feels a bit stale. How do you filter through all of the junk when you want to discover something new? StumbleUpon is a site that randomly shuffles through websites, curating content and information specifically for you.
Digg vs. Reddit vs. StumbleUpon vs. del.icio.us – Inspiration Bit With so many social networking sites on the Web I’m sure everyone is curious about which one is a better promotional tool for blogs. So far I’ve experienced only the effects of the big four: Digg, Reddit, StumbleUpon and del.icio.us. I thought it would be beneficial to share my observations with others. It all started with a Group Writing Project – 37 Sources of Inspiration that was dugg to Digg’s front page on May 27, which resulted in over 17,000 visits in one day. The next big wave of traffic (over 18,000 visits) came on July 7th, when my two-months old post 16 Best-Loved Font Bits In Web Design that was featured on Blogging Pro hit Reddit’s home page. Both Digg and Reddit brought a secondary traffic from StumbleUpon and del.icio.us.