Yahoo Bookmarks is like an upscale Del.icio.us, allowing you to store, share, tag, and organize your bookmarks within an attractive interface. Currently in beta, the new version of the online bookmark service offers drag-and-drop organization, three ways to view your bookmarks, and user-friendly tagging features.
As someone who has never been a fan of Del.icio.us (you call that an interface?), I'm very pleased with Yahoo Bookmarks. It imported my Firefox bookmarks without a hitch, and I was able to install its bookmarklet just by dragging it to my toolbar. (I'm really glad Yahoo didn't force me to install the Yahoo Toolbar; I'm more of a Google Toolbar man.) Interestingly, Yahoo acquired Del.icio.us about a year ago. Could this be a first step in migrating users away from that service?