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For those of you already familiar with both, you can read no further. I’ve been trying out both of these entities lately. Delicious works rather well, and integrates fairly well with the Firefox add-on. It takes a little bit of getting used to, if you have not used Delicious religiously; for me, it was a bit odd, having finally not too long ago organized my bookmarks and having carried them over from machine to machine. However, now that I have it integrated with Quicksilver, all of my bookmarks are available again via a couple of keystrokes.

I found out about Google bookmarks through the Firefox add-ons by doing a search for bookmarks. I installed both, and then proceeded to search Google for the bookmarks page, which didn’t show up on the Google applications page. Apparently the Google bookmarks are someone’s lost cause, and I’m not sure why they even exist. The interface is very sub-par given Google’s normal standards, as is the functionality. They don’t amount to much more than a bookmarks backup. In addition to the sad state of its functionality, the add-on for firefox does something peculiar that I never did figure out totally — if there are any bookmarks for sites that require certificates, an alert pops up for every bookmark for such a site. Needless to say, that add-on is now gone from my system. I don’t know if this would be something to keep an eye on or not…