is requiring you to accept that your bookmarks be moved to a new provider since it is changing hands, so this is a great opportunity to finally migrate away from another evil web-based service. I’ve been using since August 2005, it seems, and have clocked up 709 bookmarks, and really liked the original idea that it’s just a global bookmarks system, but it’s since become more than that and in fact this blog is better for storing interesting pages.

Bookmarks are less and less important to browsing in any case since there are over 9000 versions of everything and you can just Google up an alternative if you need it.

Here is my exported data

Edit 11/vii/2011: Here’s an interesting alternative to by the guys: