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September 20, 2004
Pasta is Yummy
Maciej Ceglowski, who partnered with Joshua Schachter to create LOAF, has just announced a new tool for users of Joshua’s del.icio.us social bookmarking system.
Pasta allows you to create a web page using pasted-in text, and then add that newly created web page to your del.icio.us bookmarks. This allows you to use del.icio.us to quickly create public bookmarks to material that isn’t already on the web, but that you’d like to make available. (Examples Maciej provides are “a text message, some class notes, a recipe, an email.”) Brilliant.
The rules are simple:
1. 100K length limit
2. No more than 10 posts per day
3. Don’t be abusive
4. Everything is public
5. Everything is permanent
6. May go down at any time
7. Do not taunt del.icio.us pasting service
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