Facebook is encouraging hackers to try hacking its security systems to find weaknesses.
AllThingsD reports that the widget company has bought a start-up that does only one thing: aggregates all those "Bookmark This" buttons into one.
Bookmarking is such an obvious "cloud" application; a bookmark isn't much use without an Internet connection. Yet it's an application space that has been poorly served by "Web 2.0" to date.
YouMail's mobile voice mail management system looks good, but is tinged by a single controversial flaw.
Search giant adds sharing to its bookmark service, allowing people to e-mail links, post them to a "Shared Stuff" page or send them to Facebook, Digg and other sites.
YouTube has released a beta version of their new interface, including new social bookmarking options.
LookSmart has purchased Furl.net, an Internet archiving service, in a bid to keep up with the latest innovations in Web search.
Wis.dm is a new social network. Or is it a social bookmarking site? Whatever you call it, it looks like a great site for connecting people and ideas.
Add a poll to your Web sites or blogs with Buzzvote. It's simple and looks pretty good, too.
A growing number of Web sites are implementing tagging systems as a way to bring order and organization to information.