So I've been an avid and happy user of Delicious.com over the past, I dunno 5-7 years maybe? And today was the first day of their takeover by Yahoo, and the import of all my old bookmarks, notes & tags into their new 'streamlined' code has so jacked up my links I can no longer use them. More than half my tags are missing and the new code is not yet ready to do simple tasks like alphabetical sorts or edits/deletes. It allowed me an export to an html file, so I may be able to import them all into some new service, but won't have any idea how much data came with the export until I do so. I'm wondering if any of my BSD friends could help out with any recommendations for an online bookmarking service. Do any of you use Reddit, Digg, Diigo, Onlywire or others?
My requirements are pretty simple: must be free (duh) and I want the bookmarks stored online, on the service's site. I use three browsers regularly so don't want to hassle with 'syncing' if the bookmarks are browser-stored. If I go to IndoChina, I want to be able to be able to access my links from a bowl of rice. Would prefer the service have a bookmarklet/applet buttons for tagging which I can store in my browsers' existing toolbars, instead of requiring a whole new toolbar, like Google's does (don't want to use its service also b/c I already juggle too many google accts and don't want to worry about which one I'm logged into). I don't have a big requirement for social sharing of bookmarks, but I realize most are doing this, so it's cool. Also don't have a requirement for auto-publishing to other social networking sites, but realize some are doing that.
While I'm an experienced surfer/googler, I'm looking for personal experience tales from you. What do you use? Thanks in advance!
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