LinuxQuestions Relaunches LQ Bookmarks

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LinuxQuestions.org is proud to announce that LQ Bookmarks has been completely redesigned and relaunched. A site for Social Bookmarking, tagging and annotating all things Linux and Open Source, the new site has a unified login with the main LinuxQuestions.org site, tapping into the almost 300,000 existing LQ members.

LinuxQuestions.org (http://www.linuxquestions.org/) is proud to announce that LQ Bookmarks (http://www.linuxquestions.org/bookmarks/) has been completely redesigned and relaunched. A site for Social Bookmarking, tagging and annotating all things Linux and Open Source, the new site has a unified login with the main LinuxQuestions.org site, tapping into the almost 300,000 existing LQ members. The redesigned site also has an updated look which includes AJAX integration, supports the del.icio.us API, has a tag cloud, supports watchlists and much more. Bookmarks stored in the old site can be imported with a single click. While LQ Bookmarks allows you to store and access your bookmarks from anywhere, share bookmarks with others and keep your bookmarks organized via tags, it also allows you to get a quick snapshot of what is going on in the Linux and Open Source communities via the trending and tag cloud.

"Having all your favorite Linux and Open Source links in one place that's accessible anywhere is great, but the social aspects of LQ Bookmarks is where the real power comes in. The fact that you can get an instant snapshot of what's currently important to the Linux and Open Source communities is also extremely useful", said site founder Jeremy Garcia.

About LinuxQuestions.org:

LinuxQuestions.org is a free, friendly and active Linux Community with over 260,000 members and over 2,300,000 posts. Founded in 2000 LQ offers forums, reviews, a Linux hardware compatibility list, a Linux knowledge base in wiki format, Linux tutorials, a free Linux download site, a Linux podcast, a Linux Radio show, a social bookmarking site, a Linux job marketplace and more. LQ has forums for everything from Linux Newbies to Linux in the Enterprise and has 25 officially recognized Linux distribution forums.

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