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What's so important about del.icio.us

A HOT post on a super hot blog from the Otter Group. Their focus? Learning 2.0!

http://www.ottergroup.com/blog/_archives/2005/12/30/1544054.html

"I use delicious for a couple of different purposes: when I give a talk I tag all of the links that form the background material to the talk, along with my slides, and publish this link on the Otter weblog. That way anyone who has seen my talk can read all of the reference material behind it. (This is a great use of delicious for preparing a syllabus for a course.) Each tag in my delicious account has its own url. So I can share my collection of articles with someone who needs to get up to speed on a subject."

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