" “I don’t know why they call it del.icio.us,” the Rat recently ranted to his wife after another day of beating his head against the results of a security audit. “They ought to call it pern.icio.us.”
The whiskered one has found himself dealing with another nonmoneymaking feature of the Web 2.0 bubble: social bookmarking sites. Del.icio.us, Simpy, and similar sites give Web users a way to bookmark Web sites with keywords or “tags,” creating their own little topic taxonomy of the Web universe that they can share with others."
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