Steve Mallett has announced his new del.icio.us clone called de.lirio.us. The main difference between both, is that the (Perl) source code for de.lirio.us is freely available under the same license as Perl and it has a note-taking feature, i.e. you can add longer notes/posts to every URL.
I'm curious how successful it'll be and how it will compare to del.icio.us...
The Flickr blog tells us that Flickr (a site where you can post your photos and tag them, similar to del.icio.us) has been bought by Yahoo. Although they provide some information about what will change and what won't, I'm curious which changes really lie ahead...
A nice quote from the blog entry:
Waaaaaaaah!! I don't want Flickr to change!
Don't forget to breathe. It's not the end, it's the beginning!
If you don't already know about del.icio.us, checkout this beginner's guide to del.icio.us.
Google plans to support the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia with servers and bandwidth.
Jimmy Wales, founder of the Wikipedia, has talked to Sergei Brin and Larry Page (the founders of Google) already, and a discussion between them and the Wikimedia Foundation on a private IRC channel is planned.
The offer is said to be with no strings attached, i.e. Wikipedia doesn't have to place Google AdWords in their pages in return.
This will surely raise quite a heated debate, as many might fear that the Wikipedia will not remain independent anymore...