[url=http://del.icio.us]delicious[/url] is a next wornderful thing - a social bookmark manager.
To see how it works, you have to start using it yourself, posting bookmarks and discovering people who have posted same bookmarks and share same interests. This is similar in beauty to what Flickr.com offers for photos, Gmail's revolution for web e-mails and Orkut & LinkedIn for social networks.
You can see that del.icio.us allows people to assign tags (in other words - keywords) to each bookmark.
See for example [url=http://del.icio.us/captsolo]my del.icio.us bookmarks[/url].
Or - you can see bookmarks that *all people* have filed in a given tag - example: http://del.icio.us/tag/bookmarklets
It also provides RSS feeds of all these pages - be it people's bookmarks, bookmarks for tags or top-filed bookmarks.
What I am thinking of - what if we process this RSS (of our bookmarks) and add these bookmarks as posts to our link-blogs?
I am not sure how to do the parsing RSS part, but once we have got the information (url, title, comments, keywords, what else is there), posting it to the blog should be easy.
Each keyword will have its 'twin' as b2evo category. If a category does not exist in link blog, it is created [under some default main category like 'Unfiled keywords']; if it exists, post is filed in this category.
Beauty of this (what b2evo can add and what is not there initially) is that later we can organize the categories in b2evo in the tree hierarchy and so have:
1) more logical keyword category structure compared with just a list of keywords in del.icio.us
2) link blog will also act as a backup for del.icio.us bookmarks.
Realisation: it would be handy to have the keyword name for a category in a separate field from category name - then the category names could be nicer looking that del.icio.us keywords.
What do you say about such a plot?