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Ma.gnolia bookmarks group for FileMaker


Hi folks. Ma.gnolia is a lot like It is a bookmarking sharing site. But it’s a little newer and nicer than Three distinguishing features are that it looks better and it has powerful support for groups and has an easier to comprehend UI.

The advantage of these kinds of sites at minimum is that you get humans (your peers) helping you find cool stuff on the web rather than relying solely on your own efforts to find cool stuff that matches your interests and priorities. If you find some people who share some of your interests, sharing bookmarks saves time and increases the value of your internet time.

When you join Ma.gnolia, you can join any of the existing groups or create your own. There’s a FileMaker group already that hasn’t gotten a lot of attention thus far but I thought I would tell you about it and encourage people to start sharing FileMaker-related bookmarks in Ma.gnolia’s FileMaker group.

By the way, you don’t have to join Ma.gnolia. The FileMaker group is open to the public. If you do register, it consists of selecting a username and password and giving them an email address of some sort. Easy.

I like playing with new social software like this and hopefully sharing with fellow FileMaker developers to our mutual benefit. Places like this keep things interesting and afterall we are software developers and like to play with new software don’t we?

Update March 23, 2008. Since telling you about the Ma.gnolia FileMaker group, I’ve discovered Diigo which seems to be a more full-featured, firefox-supported bookmarking site. Anyone like that? Let me know if you have a preference or even prefer One major advantage of is that it is most widely adopted. There are also rumors of a new version of and more social bookmarking features in Google Reader. No matter. But I would love us to collaborate around sharing links pertaining to filemaker. Let me know your thoughts here or via email.

2 replies on “Ma.gnolia bookmarks group for FileMaker”

Thanks for sharing this. I’m with the Ma.gnolia team, and it’s great to hear how you’re using the service and what you like about it.
I’m glad that you note that someone doesn’t need to be a member in order to get something out of a Ma.gnolia group, and should note that for people to add bookmarks they will need an account.
But the most important thing is that we’re able to help people help each other, rather than only being able to find what we need by working alone with search engine results.

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