Technology Review’s editors think Joshua Schachter’s website, del.icio.us, is so cool, so useful, so ubiquitous that we named this TR35 winner our 2006 Innovator of the Year. Yahoo acquired del.icio.us last December, and the site has continued its phenomenal growth since then. Schachter talked to us late this summer about how his own memory influenced the development of del.icio.us and how it affects the way he innovates.
Schachter and the other 2006 TR35 winners will be honored at this year’s Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.
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