I’m still having a few problems with delicious.com’s blog posting feature, but I’ve restarted the job to try again. In the meantime, I saved up a few links and am sharing them below. I realize there are a lot of clothing/craft/diy links in this post. Recently, I have the urge to make simple clothes such as skirts and aprons. You probably didn’t know I am a little crafty–I get it from my mom, who made lots of quilts and decorative projects.  Anyways, enjoy the links below and once I get going on my new clothing project, I’ll share the results!

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As I posted yesterday, del.icio.us is supposed to auto-post my new bookmarks every morning. Either I messed up with the URL-XML-PRC thing, or the problem documented in the forum is occuring. So today’s links were lovingly handtyped for your clicking pleasure. Maybe it will work tomorrow. And for your viewing pleasure (found on TechCrunch, links to article about Gmail outage):

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I just discovered del.icio.us gives the option to post lastest bookmarks to your blog. I have now signed up and today it is supposed to post. We will see.

Meanwhile, I did bookmark an article entitled “Why Twitter hasn’t failed: The Power of Audience.” The article is pretty interesting, especially since I use Twitter myself and in light of the recent Bird Bans (see prev post here). Twitter is great (when it works) and can be useful–I just don’t see it as omnipotent. One day it will fail or fall by the wayside if major problems keep cutting into its use. I remember MySpace and Facebook, back in the 2004 days. Back then, it was the newest way to keep up with your friends; now, it’s almost a joke at times with the adverts, apps and add-friends-frenzy. I still use both sites but my usage of both dropped when it became too problematic & annoying to sign in to the damn site.

Although, I’m still waiting for someone to come up with a FriendFeed type site that will also post replies to your social network sites. I know I’m not the only one–we’ve got the idea, we just need a developer and some money for a startup. Anyone want the job, let me know, I have some ideas.