I just started to create my del.icio.us page, a free web-based social bookmarks manager. In case you have ever been at a different computer than the one you're used to surfing on and wished you had access to your bookmarks, del.icio.us is for you.
Since half of the time I'm at home and the other half of the time I'm at RIT, this service is exactly what I've been saying I've needed for a long time. In fact, last quarter in Interface Design, my group created a prototype for a similar (though admittedly not as elegant) web site.
You can even subscribe to the del.icio.us pages of others whom you find similar in interest... though I haven't yet been able to learn much about that feature.
By utilizing the power of bookmarklets, del.icio.us organizes your links for you: Whenever you find a site that you want to bookmark, instead of choosing "Add to favorites" simply click a special bookmarklet made available at del.icio.us and a simple screen is presented allowing you to enter a description and category tag for the link.
For more information, check out the del.icio.us info page.
Life on the Web... made easier.