foxylicious

Pop Quiz: What is “foxylicious”?

  1. My pet name for Patricia
  2. Word to describe the flavor of a fox roasted on an open fire
  3. A plug-in for Firefox to work with del.icio.us

I ran across this plug-in last night and stared playing with it. What it’ll do is take your del.icio.us account and import and sync it with your bookmarks.

So what I did was export all of my bookmarks to back them up, then imported them into del.icio.us and installed foxylicious. Now I can see all of my del.icio.us bookmarks in my browser…and apparently it’ll keep them synced daily (or nightly, I don’t know which yet…or IF it syncs automatically because I’ve forced the sync myself).

[tags]del.icio.us, foxylicious, firefox plugin[/tags]

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  • I like this plugin, but some of the stuff I post to del.icio.us is so random that I don’t really need it in my bookmarks. Do other people use it that way?

  • rob

    I’m not sure how others use it. I’m curious too.

    But I’m trying it and cleaning up the tags a bit. To be honest, I don’t bookmark a lot of things. I use Bloglines to be most of where I go.

    Of course you can always just click through to del.icio.us to browse…or make a tag called “random” or something and avoid that one in your browser?

  • I tried using it. Do you have an issue with an entry with multiple tags get imported multiple times and you have to delete the second entry manually?

  • rob

    Anuchit, yeah, it shows up multiple times. To be honest, I’ve finally turned it off. I’ve decided to not use my browser too much for bookmarks and try and make everything online one or two clicks away. Check out my new homepage and you’ll see what I mean.

    But that doesn’t solve bookmarks showing up in different categories. I just deal with it. Hey, multiple ways to get somewhere!