del.icio.us: sachac (August 8, 2004, 0) - http://del.icio.us/sachac: My del.icio.us page. New URLs will be
posted there instead of on this blog, because blogging to del.icio.us
is slightly more fun than posting to planner. I should still find some
way of blogging URLs to both here and del.icio.us, because it’s fun to
be able to search offline. Oh well.
http://del.icio.us/inbox/sachac – a slowly growing inbox.
E-Mail from Richi’s
Furl, Spurl, and del.icio.us (October 1, 2004, 0) - Between Furl,
del.icio.us, I prefer the del.icio.us social
bookmarking service the most. I love being able to easily subscribe to
all people blogging to a certain category. It also seems a lot more
active. Sure, full-text search would probably have been nice, but
del.icio.us coupled with Google has been enough for me. The lower data
requirements probably mean that del.icio.us
Responding to notetaking entry on Sim Gamboa III’s blog (November 26, 2004, 0) - http://simgamboaiii.blogspot.com/2004/11/note-taking.html
The best system is the one you grow yourself. How do you take notes?
I mindmap a lot. Although mindmapping on paper is a lot of fun,
Freemind‘s keyword shortcuts lets
me mindmap nearly as quickly.
I haven’t opened Freemind in a while, though. Can’t be bothered to
switch out of Emacs. My talks usually start out as text outlines.
What gets me excited about social bookmarking? (December 5, 2005, 0) - First, there’s personal organization. I could never get the
hang of bookmarks and folders, and it was hard to remember what to
Then there’s social discovery. I check my del.icio.us once in a
while in order to find out what the latest bookmarks are in a certain
area, although I’m now slightly annoyed about the fact that most