Check out how Adobe Illustrator is using del.icio.us to organize web-wide tips and tutorials! They’ve integrated del.icio.us directly into the CS3 knowhow palette. I haven’t upgraded yet, but I can still go to the web page and pick through the links—or go to http://knowhow.adobe.com, where the demo allows me to play with the actual knowhow panel (first, I’m going to look into how they organized groups of tags under subtitles—very cool).

Of course, in the spirit of social bookmarking, networking, etc., if you’ve found or created any web content you think other Illustrator users would value, just tag it “for:knowhow”. The Adobe team will review it, and then add it to the collection.

Considering del.icio.us as a tool for managing your projects? See my detailed how-to, and a collection of links to other helpful web pages on the subject.

 

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