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I'm with you on grieving the loss of delicious! I've simultaneously saved to diigo.com for a couple of years, thank goodness, so most of my bookmarks are safe -- but I liked delicious for its clean presentation of links when sharing it with others.

Agreed, Sharon, that the clean link presentation on Delicious has been key. It's one of the main reasons I ended up sticking with Delicious even after I joined Diigo. The whole process just seemed to work better for me visually.

Good news:

If Gizmodo is to be believed, Delicious is being sold, not shut down.

I too am examining Diigo (and need to rebuild my network there). Yahoo missed an opportunity, as I would gladly have paid an annual fee for the worth I got out of Delicious.

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