Delicious replacements

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This page lists delicious replacements and thoughts and feedback about them.

See also the wish list at

Semantic Scuttle

Classic tags on the left, structured tags on the right SemanticScuttle is a social bookmarking tool (based on Scuttle) experimenting new features as hierarchical tags, collaborative descriptions or OpenID authentification.


Student run project from the University of Minnesota: We want you to get your bookmarks from any computer, anywhere, whether you're at home, work, a library, or at school. We want to create a place where people can share their bookmarks with friends, family, and co-worker. We want to create a fun, flexible, and fast alternative to standard browser bookmarking.


SiteBar is a solution for people who use multiple browsers or computers and want to have their bookmarks available from anywhere without need to synchronize them or take them along.


gnizr™ (gə-nīzər) is an open source application for social bookmarking and web mashup. It is easy to use gnizr to create a personalized portal for a group of friends and colleagues to store, classify and share information, and to mash-it-up with information about location.


This is an "open source" version 2 under development. A target is allowing a federated infrastructure with shared search indices, etc.

Insipid like. Written in Perl. Seems to not be developed anymore, but works well.