Lazy Sheep Bookmarklet

I just finished up an excellent new Delicious bookmarklet that I’ve been working on – it’s called Lazy Sheep and it’s going to change the way people use del.icio.us. To quote the Lazy Sheep page:

Lazy Sheep is a del.icio.us bookmarklet that auto-tags and auto-describes your bookmarks.

Using the tags and descriptions shared by other del.icio.us users, Lazy Sheep makes tagging a page a one-click operation. In order to best suit any user, Lazy Sheep also includes a comprehensive set of options that can be configured to your exact specifications.

I highly recommend giving it a try – during my testing of it, this past week, I’ve gone from occassionally bookmarking a few links to tons of links per day – it’s very exciting.

I learned my lesson with the Super-Fast Delicious Bookmarklet – people are very particular about how their bookmarklets operate – and they want them to do very specific things, so this time around I made sure that there are tons and tons of options for people to pick from – to be able to get the exact bookmarklet that they want. So, give it a try and let me know what you think.

Posted: August 30th, 2005


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Private: Lazy Sheep Bookmarklet

Configure Your Lazy Sheep Bookmarklet:

My del.icio.us username:

After tagging:

    Return to the original page
    Go to my del.icio.us page
    Close my window, or tab
Title

Use the most popular page title
Always use the current page title

If no borrowable page title is found:
Use the current page title
Use the following page title:

Description

If I’ve selected any text on the page, use that first
Place borrowed description in quotes

Don’t borrow descriptions that:
Have non-english characters in them
Are used by less than users.

If no borrowable description is found:
Give me a form to enter a description
Add the following tag(s):
Use the following description:

Tags

Always use these tags:
Limit number of borrowed tags to:

Don’t borrow tags that:
Have non-english characters
Are used by less than users.
Begin with

If no tags are found:
If the page has an anchor (…#foo) remove it and look for more tags.
If the page does/doesn’t have a www. add/remove it and look for more tags.

If still no tags are found:
Give me a form to enter some tags
Tag the post with

Posted: August 28th, 2005


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