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Delicious Adds Twitter Sharing

Delicious Adds Twitter Sharing

By Zach Walton March 2, 2012

Delicious, or the artist formerly known as del.icio.us, announced today that they are integrating Twitter into their services. The move announced today on the Delicious blog will give users the option of connecting their Delicious and Twitter accounts together. This …

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