One of the interesting differences between people is how they organize their bookmarks – I have a folder based system for my bookmarks, sorted by activities (see my example cap) I find this system fairly intuitive for adding new bookmarks and also finding it later, but I guess you couldn’t as it’s very subjective.
My friend Amit has a never-ending single-level list of bookmarks (yea, I know, he’s using a PC, he calls it “Favorites”), he doesn’t mind scrolling up & down as long as he is not dealing with folders and names. I can respect that, though probably could never get used to it myself. This kind of system relies on your memory & is somehow closer to the History, since we (well, at least me) can’t remember over a week back of browsing, it is very limited. My system is closer to categorizing or tagging, yet much simpler than del.icio.us tagging system, one thing I know for sure – my system requires maintenance, Amit’s not..Speaking of del.icio.us, two things bother me with their service:1) wouldn’t it be cooler if the submission interface was a small rectangle hovering over a portion of the page, instead of wasting time and loading the submission page and then reloading the original page back?2) there is no way to efficiently search through someone’s bookmarks, I find it annoying searching through tag clouds for something specific, its more of a statistic highlight view, especially when that someone has many many bookmarks and tags.