For instance, I created this list of stories about Google's new approach to China (or is it a retreat?). It is a public list. People can follow the list, in case I add more links, or copy the list to their own bookmarks. The list is shareable via email or as a link. The list's creator can move items up and down the list or create new sections. It is a pretty basic way to group links together, but seems like it could come in handy.
To be honest, I almost completely forgot about Google Bookmarks. In fact, the last time I used it before today was in 2005. But it is integrated into the Google Toolbar and actually gets a lot of usage.
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