Thing 19 - Mmmmm!

I have been using for quite some time now and have found it to be one of my most used web applications. The ability to access my bookmarks from any browser increases my productivity exponentially.

The other use for that is helpful, is using it as a topical search engine. If i am looking for something in particular, I'll use a tag search and chances are I will find exactly what I am looking for in a few short minutes. The reason this works - is that is essentially a human powered search tool, instead of a text-matching tool, like Google.

Oh - and with regard to my earlier post about Melvil Dewey... well, it seem, librarians are embracing and other tagging sites.


RESA 23Things said...

What's interesting -- was named as the top technology tool for education by the UK's Centre for Learning & Peformance Technologies (

Would you have picked it?

ron said...

I'm not sure I would have picked it as THE top technology tool - after all, if you boil it down, is a place to keep your bookmarks online.

Of course there's more to it than that, however, I think I would pick something with some actual collaboration involved, like Mediawiki, or