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del.icio.us goes through overhaul, domain change

updated 05:00 pm EDT, Thu July 31, 2008

Delicious domain change

Social bookmarking site Delicious on Thursday announced it has refined its services greatly, while also adding a new domain name through which the site can be reached, Delicious.com. According to a post on Delicious' blog, the various refinements have allowed the company to enhance speed, search capability, and overall layout of the site. The domain name change reportedly stems from confusion among users in the spelling of del.icio.us, but the site can still be accessed through its former moniker.

Delicious cites a new infrastructure as the largest enhancement to speed, allowing users to quickly navigate a responsive page. The search engine has been improved to supply quicker, and more thorough results. Overall page design is improved as well, adding a few requested features, as well as making the site easier to understand for beginners, while not compromising what veterans are used to.

Delicious has provided an introductory movie for users to explore the new changes.




by MacNN Staff

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  1. Zkatz007

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -7

    What the h***?

    Are you SERIOUS? Normally, unrelated c*** on MacNN is about electronics. Why the h*** are you writing about del.icio.us?

  1. Peter Bonte

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +4

    unrelated

    i like reading MacNN and the 'not so related" items are always interesting enough for me because Apple is now competing on so many different markets. Cloud computing and cloud services being one of them.

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