I use Diigo as my primary bookmarking site, and they do offer tools to make sorting easier. My problem is that I have so many links, and often I am rushed, so I don't give enough thought to the tags I save with each bookmark. I am slowly learning the lesson that a few seconds spent when I first save a bookmark is a few minutes saved when I search for it.
I am toying with the idea of writing up brief "reviews" of the blogs I link to, although that may be more than I care to tackle right now. I still plan to post on all the topics I've mentioned before and haven't gotten around to yet. And I want to explain the benefits of Diigo; I really believe the services they offer are unique and indispensible.
Although I prefer Diigo over all other services, a server outage convinced me of the benefits of keeping bookmarks on several different sites to increase the chance of being able to access them in an emergency. I want to add buttons to simplify bookmarking my posts to other services for those who use them. I'd be interested in hearing which services my readers would find most useful.
I am also toying with another idea. I love this blog, and I have no plans to abandon it. But it would be nice to set up a blog where those of us who are writers could discuss writing in more depth. Yes, it is possible to carry on something of a conversation through comments, but that is a very limited dialogue.
What I have in mind would be a hybrid between a blog on writing and a writer's group. It wouldn't replace either one, but offer its own unique opportunities for serious discussion among writers of issues that concern us all. I know most of my readers are writers, and I'd be interested in hearing what you think. I'd love to have any and all of you participate, of course.
Then again, I suspect that will take time to set up, if we go through with it. I think most of you can understand the flood of wonderful ideas; you'd like to do something with each of them, but there's just not time. And of course (Inter)National Novel Writing Month is coming up. I really want to try that this year. Still, that would give us time to consider the idea, and plan behind the scenes to make it the best blog we can possibly put together.