Feb 1, 2009
Tags: OS X Hacks

With almost 100 feeds sitting in my RSS reader (Net News Wire) I’ve got a lot of information coming at me everyday. When I see something that I know I’ll want to come back to later I save it as a bookmark on the social bookmarking service delicious. I also use this service to push links to my blog (see the sidebar to the right). To make the process of adding bookmarks a bit easier I’ve been using a mix of Quicksilver, Pukka and Apple Script.

I put together a quick demo of how it all works.

As you can see this setup makes it super easy to add, browse, and open your bookmarks. I’ve done this so often it’s become second nature and it’s absolutely key to the way I access information online.

The Distress Signal is the personal blog of Bryan Schuetz. I've been complaining on the Internet since the 90s, AMA—dispatch your courier électronique.