Bookmark your stuff with Mister Wong, a new social-bookmarking service.
Thumbtack, a new product from Microsoft Live Labs, is designed to help people bookmark things they find on the Web. It even works in Firefox. Sort of.
What happens when you mix Twitter with a dynamically changing profile?
There's no indication of why Mister Wong, a European site that resembles a blend between Delicious and StumbleUpon, would want the FriendFeed-like Lifestream.fm.
The latest version of this product offers users a lot of functionality, but it's not a tool for dunderheads.
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.
Save sites just like when you saw them with Iterasi, a new social bookmarking tool that saves pages in that particular instance.
fooWHO is kind of like Reddit, with a questionnaire and algorithm to help figure out your likes and dislikes.
What is Del.icio.us? These guys know, and they're going to show you with paper puppets and a dry erase board.
A VentureBeat story announces the acquisition, but Clipmarks execs are surprisingly candid in saying that it's still very tentative and very much in the works.