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Update: If you are a rare Delicious user, and unaware about the AVOS Acquisition, You should transition your delicious account as described in this FAQ. Delicious using the private option. Are my bookmarks public or private by default, and how do I make a bookmark public or private? Bookmarks saved with your buttons are public by default, but ...


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Currently, no, there is no way to view your Chrome bookmarks on the web. You will need to use Chrome or some other 3rd party extension to get access to your bookmarks. There is no URL or drive folder for Chrome bookmarks that can be viewed directly in a browser. Prior to the release of Google Bookmarks there was the ability to view your Google Chrome ...


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You can secure your bookmarks on delicious and make them not available for public view. With the delicious extension, I believe you can even organize them into folders. Another option would be to use google bookmarks, which pretty much does all that as well.


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If you're using Google Chrome you can synchronise bookmarks to use across multiple computers. Select (Spanner) > Options > Personal Stuff Then the top option Sync You need a Google account to be able to do this. You can select whether you sync any or all of Bookmarks, Preferences and Themes.


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Delicious provides a tool for exporting (as well as importing) your bookmarks in a format readable (and writable - for import) by most modern browsers. Export Import


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This link might help you. It will just ask your Delicious username & password, no harm/no issues as the script available as open source. Just give it a try. Source: http://blog.persistent.info/2006/10/import-your-delicious-bookmarks-into.html


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Pretty much any OS will let you setup a couple user profiles. I'd just go that route. Add a profile for her. Now your web logins and such are separate. It usually doesn't take more than a couple clicks to switch from one user profile to the next and (depending on OS) you don't even have to log one off to use the other.


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Pinboard is apparently what all the cool kids are using these days. It's not free, but it's cheap to join and uses an interesting pricing structure. Here is their own comparison of why you'd want to use Pinboard vs. Delicious Finally, here is a fairly detailed blog post about a dedicated delicious user moving to Pinboard I still haven't found enough of a ...


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You can indeed. Looking at the HTTP traffic, when you click the button to create a new document, it goes to https://docs.google.com/document/create first. I've checked and you can hit this page directly and it will do just what you want.


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You could use Google Bookmarks. I use it in combination with the GMarks Firefox extension, and it works great. I find it to be nice and simple if all you want is to store them online, and use them from more than one machine.


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You might want to try Delicious. They do have a firefox plugin that allows you to sync automatically between the website and your browser if you wish. And you can save your bookmarks in delicious rather than the browser bookmarks if you prefer. They have tools for importing/exporting bookmarks from your browser when you first set up. Plus you have the added ...


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If you're already using Opera, why not just use the built-in Opera Link? File > Synchronize Opera... It basically keeps a copy of your bookmarks on their server and you can synch it across devices as long as you log in with your Opera credentials. You can access the page and clean up the bookmarks as you please, and it keeps the entire thing private, ...


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Google bookmarks now directly offers the feature to import bookmarks from Delicious. A couple things to note: If you have thousands of bookmarks, be very patient, as it can take a while. I'm not sure if this is an issue when you import now, but when I used this tool several years ago, I found that there were indexing problems when searching for bookmarks. ...


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You mentioned Delicious, which may have everything you are after,though I am not sure they offer is the offline archiving, but you could probably do that with another application. Otherwise, it's got the social shareablity, grouping, integration (I know of at least 2 plugins for Chrome, so I imagine they have more than that for FF. It's also backed by ...


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I watched the keynote from google about it here and there are several advantages (that I took away) for users to install apps: There is a central location to find all of your apps: Icons are put on the "new page" page Making the way web security is run is easier: when you install an app it saves permission so you don't have to click hundreds of alert ...


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Have you ever used Delicious? It's a web app with bookmarklets that work in Safari, Firefox, IE, Chrome and Opera. You can make any bookmark "private" so that it is not available publicly. Additionally, your bookmarks are taggable, so you are not limited to a strictly hierarchical folder structure.


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If you use Opera, note that you can access the bookmarks saved in Opera Link from a webpage too : http://my.opera.com > Opera > bookmarks This page is for private view only, and is found at a link like http://my.opera.com/{account}/account/link/bookmarks/ Using it, you would be able to manage your bookmark easily (from Opera), and still have them available ...


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You look to be in the lists editing area of Google Bookmarks. Follow this link; https://www.google.com/bookmarks/l To go to the main bookmark area, clicking the edit link here will allow you to add labels. Hope this helps.


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Also take a look into this nice list https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MYxd_PAR1KXj39Xc2lSfKNZXFq5R2q_5g_9W2Egyibo/preview?authkey=CO2NqaAL&sle=true#


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They also allow installed apps to be placed in the background. Blog post announcement: http://blog.chromium.org/2011/02/amping-up-chromes-background-feature.html Apps and extensions that use the new “background” feature can continue to run in the background—even if the user closes down all of Chrome’s windows. “Background apps” will continue to run ...


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I'll recommend Diigo, that can even be more powerful than Delicious : You can archive a whole page Use tags Highlight words Share pages Collaborate with other peoples And even more …


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Works for me. This is what I did: Go to https://www.google.com/bookmarks/ Select "All" so that all bookmarks are checked Click "Export bookmarks" in the left column Download HTML file with bookmark data


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I have been looking up any related research and all the sources I have found seem to have only theoretical examples. One research paper lists Delicious (which you mentioned) as a real world service example, but the other related work seems to be theoretical or things that have been abandoned since. There's also a paper on a Firefox extension called HyperBK, ...


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HyperBK seems precisely to be what you are looking for. It is a add-on for Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/de/firefox/addon/hyperbk/?src=ss The main functions are: Automatically recommend a place in the tree of HyperBK tree of bookmarks (It uses advanced algorithms to analyse the Web page for this recommendation) Store the link there with a thumbnail ...


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Well, this may seem like an overly simple solution but try exporting your bookmarks from Chrome/Firefox/Oh Gawd say it ain't so, Internet Explorer and just mailing them to yourself. Tag that mail with _bookmarks (so it's always on the top of the tag list) and archive it (so it's not in the inbox); put a date in there too. Now, wherever you need your whole ...


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I believe you are looking for Pinboard. While I have not used the service personally, I understand that it saves pages in HTML (with excellent formatting at that) and is capable of managing thousands of bookmarks, with good export functionality. (EDIT by OP) I contacted Maciej Ceglowski, founder of Pinboard, and he told me that it's actually possible to ...


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It is not possible to have a "folder of links" in Drive. What you can do is create a document and put the links in there. This document can be easily shared with others. But, as @Krampus mentions, there are plenty of bookmark-sharing services available. Google even has its own one: Google Bookmarks. Another one I used before is Delicious. Wikipedia has a ...



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