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Web 2.0: Delicer Review

It has been a while since there was any update for Delicer - Web2.0 client tool. There are some fresh ideas, so I promise to start it up back again :)


During random browsing today I suddenly noticed the following Review: Delicious Tips Managing Tags on Delicer (kicks ass, really):


"This is a desktop program that allows us to effectively manage our whole delicious account. With this program, we can easily search for our own tags and navigate through URLs accordingly without opening a single browser. Also, we can post new, rename existing, and delete old tags without surfing through delicious.com. Furthermore, feeds from You.Tube and Delicious are available with one button-click."


"To give an analogy, Delicer to Delicious is essentially like Microsoft Outlook to our email account. It is very useful to us as our bookmark collection increases. Just like me, Grant & Brett have downloaded the program and is currently using it."


"Because it is a really cool, efficient bookmark organizer, Delicious is getting more and more popular. So Grant, Brett, and I all think that tools like Delicer is not only helpful but neccessary as Delicious reaches more and more users worldwide."


lisun even thinks that "Delicer" is a cool name while I'm not sure. On the other hand it will be very soon 4000 downloads of Delicer despite the fact that there was not a single update for several months now...


Enjoy (and download...)


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