Delicious Redesign, the most popular social bookmarking portal, will soon change its look. A limited preview lets only-invited users leave theirs feedbacks about the version 2.0 of the service. Fortunately, the screenshots and the description of new features illustrated are available on an article of Tech Crunch. Just a question: why to use a only-invited preview to collect comments? I know that Delicious’s numbers are huge: 3 million registered users and 100 million unique URLs bookmarked. But in my opinion, the more feedbacks you can collect the more you will be able to really improve your work.
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Edison Nissan said

I like to comment on the blog by adding that Web standards are super important. Take a look at what is now taking place between Apple and Adobe.

wrote on June 5, 2010 @ 4:20 am

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