Philipp Lenssen points out the changes on the Del.icio.us frontpage. Any thoughts? While clearly designed to make things appear more dynamic over there, with a short list of 3 "hot links every hour" appearing at the top of the page, I'm not sure that I like it as much as the long list of random frontpage goodies that you could browse to see what's going on across the whole site. I liked the color coded "how many people have bookmarked what" list, and the longer list of random goodies.
Phillipp also makes a great point that is suggestive of the future of social bookmarking. The list as it stands is tech oriented, and the next great "revolution" in the field has to be the adoption of these technologies by less geeky people, doesn't it? How long 'til there's recipes and horoscopes on the hot list?
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