thenextweb.com - 1 year ago
Is bookmarking dead?
Once a crazed digital hoarder, I hardly bookmark Web pages while browsing anymore. And while chatting about it with my colleagues yesterday, I found out that I'm not alone. Sure, that's by no means enough evidence to validate the notion that bookmarking is on its way out. But our discussion got me thinking that perhaps our needs and usage habits have changed so much recently that the traditional bookmark needs to evolve to survive. For years, I used to meticulously bookmark pages and keep them organized until my favorite service Kippt announced it was shutting down. I tried several… This story continues at The Next Web