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Sort of a zombie? But the friendly kind. (Recent posts are by a very-long-ago former Delicious team member.) See also:
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Delicious Jun 24
Replying to @jackboot7
I recommend Pinboard:
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Delicious Jun 23
Replying to @lalonde @Pinboard
I hope my consciousness is inside the SuperServer box. It's hard to tell from here, but I do hope that I am Super.
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Delicious Jun 23
It's always weird to contemplate your own physical reality.
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Delicious Jun 19
I'm confused, can you restate your question/comment? Are you suggesting a correction to the post, Wikipedia, or the architect 10 years ago?
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Delicious Jun 19
Yes, the Symfony framework (as linked from that phrase) - "Symfony is aimed at building robust applications in an enterprise context".
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Delicious Jun 18
Replying to @joshu
Ha true! No takers yet, even with the gloriousness of no review from PR or legal...
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Delicious Jun 17
Replying to @Delicious
And the Soul of a New Machine by Tracy Kidder (1981, ) is the classic hardware story for good reasons - read it too!
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Delicious Jun 17
Replying to @Delicious
I also recommend The Eudaemonic Pie by Thomas A. Bass (1985, ), an exciting story about a difficult hardware project.
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Delicious Jun 17
Replying to @Delicious
Write them down, even if you can't publish them since they're too fresh, and save them for ten years from now and check again if you can.
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Delicious Jun 17
If you like software stories, go read - the Folklore site is wonderful and inspiring. Please write your own too!
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Delicious Jun 17
Replying to @waxpancake
Aw thank you! It's pretty fun.
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Delicious Jun 17
If you worked on Delicious in any era and you're interested in writing a post or two with me, DM me! I'd love to include more perspectives.
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Delicious Jun 17
The April Fool’s joke that caused data migration headaches: - the story of color bookmarks, 2005-2011.
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Pinboard Jun 12
The interviews Britta and me about fandom and buying back
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Delicious Jun 11
Replying to @jchawaii50 @Pinboard
Or a simpler version: log in and try going to
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Delicious Jun 11
Replying to @jchawaii50 @Pinboard
It should be working - what happens when you try typing that settings address into the URL? Do you get an error message or another problem?
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Delicious Jun 11
The story of how Reddit was inspired by the Delicious Popular page back in 2005:
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Pinboard Jun 11
I’ve turned the export feature back on; log in to the site and visit /settings/bookmarks/export to export your bookmarks
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Delicious Jun 7
Replying to @machineglow2
I don't know, but Pinboard is working on it:
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Delicious Jun 7
Replying to @wayneberninger
I don't know when, but I know Pinboard is working on it:
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