I’ve posted a video tutorial today which teaches how to use the social bookmarking servce Del.icio.us along with the Firefox browser’s Live Bookmarks to share information via RSS. This is a great way to share interesting items found on the web with friends and co-workers. Rather than have people send stuff to your inbox where it is lost or becomes an annoying task, links exchanged via del.icio.us and RSS can be read at a time convenient to one’s schedule.
It’s very much like taping a show on Tivo. You can view the show at a convenient time rather than shaping your schedule around the airtime of that show. I explain the Live Bookmarking feature in this tutorial but you may want to go back to my previous video post and watch it first.
Warning: this tutorial runs about 9 minutes. It’ easy to understand but still takes a little time to explain everything.