Those of you who are subscribed to my blog and frustrated by my wild inconsistency in output may be even more frustrated to learn that I have been blogging consistently for several months now, just not here. Of course, it’s easy to blog consistently when all you’re doing is saving a link and adding one occasionally-witty line of comment, which is why I’ve put so much more into my del.icio.us linkblog. Clicking on that link takes you to my full del.icio.us account, which may be rather more than you want, since I also use it just for things I want to bookmark for myself. Links that I specifically want other people to see – about a third of the total – go into my top tag, from where they are reflected to Haddock Linkblogs. So if you want a good linkblog from me, I’d suggest starting with top. One day, I may even get around to integrating into this site, if I can find the room in my hideously-crowded front-page layout.
I’ve been a big fan of del.icio.us for a long time and have done occasional bits of hacking on it, such as my avar.icio.us posting interface (some bits of which have now found their way into Greg Sadetsky’s fabulous nutr.itio.us). Today, I wondered why nobody appeared to have done a Firefox search plugin. Twenty minutes later, here they are:
May all your links be yummy.