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I use Delicious a lot, but I don't find its interface quick to use when looking for a bookmark.

Has anybody made a web app with an alternative interface? I was thinking something with a tag tree, like the offical IE addon panal, would be possible.

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Take a look at Pinboard - it's an alternative to Delicious, and can import existing bookmarks. It can even be set up to synchronize with your Delicious account on a regular basis.

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As Yahoo! are going to close Delicious soon a replacement is necessary.

When Yahoo! made its decision the two biggest winners were Spingpad and YourVersion - they would be a good first destination.

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They are not going to close it. After that leak Yahoo made an official statement saying that they are going to sell it. It's even linked on that page - readwriteweb.com/archives/…. I opened a Diigo account, in case it ever does close, and I will export my bookmarks, but I have not found anything I like as much as Delicious. –  paradroid Mar 27 '11 at 20:32
Being on Yahoo!'s sunset list means they will sell it if possible - but if there is no buyer they won't keep paying for the servers indefinitely. Yahoo! will shut the service down if there is no buyer. –  amelvin Mar 27 '11 at 21:32
They didn't closed it, they sold it to AVOS (avos.com) –  Alex Jul 10 '11 at 14:44

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