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We’re fans of services that leverage data that you’ve already collected; re-entering things is not only inelegant, it’s time-wasting. If you’re a del.icio.us user (and most web workers seem to be), you can get double use out of some of your bookmark data with the new […]

ScreenshotWe’re fans of services that leverage data that you’ve already collected; re-entering things is not only inelegant, it’s time-wasting. If you’re a del.icio.us user (and most web workers seem to be), you can get double use out of some of your bookmark data with the new site del.ishli.st. As you might guess from the name, the site collects all items you put on del.icio.us with the tag “wishlist,” making it a place you can send the average internet user to see your wishlist.

There’s plenty more here, all based on parsing del.icio.us information: filtering by tags, images, sort by ranking, descriptions, and ways to add someone else’s items to your own wishlist. It’s paid for by Google Ads and Amazon referral links. Makes us wonder what other data could be mined from del.icio.us.

  1. I was using Delicious as a wishlist tool already (for the family at Christmas) so I’m psyched that there’s an even better way to do the same thing — AND my parents are less likely to see what kooky things I may have bookmarked!

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