[…] As you can see, the bookmarks have titles, tags and even give you an indication how popular that web page is.  This is where the social component of a service like del.icio.us comes in.  A big aspect of these services is the ability to (with apologies to Jeremy Zawodny) share your bookmarks with others and even form networks around those bookmarks.  In fact, bookmarks have evolved quite a bit since the 1990s and Niall Kennedy has a great review of the evolution of bookmarks and their various manifestations and uses. […]