Trident Digital Village Project

Social Media Bookmarking
May 12, 2010, 11:01 am
Filed under: Digital Trident Project

Today at the Trident Digital Village Project we looked at a large number of Social Media Bookmarking sites.

We must of registered ten’s of accounts between us, at points being loacked out of servers by certain websites.

We were looking at ways articles can be favourite and shared on sites such as Stumbleupon more indepth than yesterday.

We also tryed out other book marking servises such as Digg , Delicious and Reddit

Digg My favourite out all of the above was Digg, it seemed the most useful and had the most user friendly interface. I think i might start using this to digg articles in the future as well as to find interesting content.

Tips: 11 Digg Tips to Enhance Your Digg User Experience

Delicious was nice to look at however it is quite random, the contact that is show to you can sometimes be obscene and very inappropriate.

Tips: Tips for Better Bookmarking

Reddit looks like its stright from a college school project, the site is data based and isn’t attractive to the eyes. It does however serve its purpose and works, but why would people use this service if Digg already is there?

Tips:Reddit Tips from the Top Dog on Reddit

Stumbleupon Finally a attractive service even though its quite random it what it shows you initially, the more you use it the better it will become and you will be show the topics that are more relevant to your interests.

Tips: A Comprehensive Guide to StumbleUpon

Here are my profiles on the following services:






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