Flickr > Myspace
I took a picture of my computer area meaning to have that be the picture that I post here, because I'm always interested to see how other people like to have their computer area organized, but I think if I had to choose between knowing what someones computer area looks like or what the person looks like, I'd rather know what the person looks like. This picture is of me on Christmas morning.
My original title was going to be Flickr > Facebook, Myspace, but in all honesty I have never used Facebook. The Flickr interface is easy to use, and doesn't clutter the screen like Myspace. The use of folksonomies in a website meant for photo sharing is a good idea. I never liked Photobucket because of its organization, but the way in which Flickr allows a person to search through everyone's images by tags that they added themselves leads me to believe that I will continue to use Flickr.
I had never heard of deli.cio.us, but after browsing through the site, I find that it is more useful than most search engines. I realize that google utilizes folksonomy, but it doesn't completely ignore keywords and use only folksonomy. Search engines, even google, are bound to give you trash results at least every now and then. Deli.cio.us on the other hand works differently than a search engine, and may be a good site to use when a search engine doesn't find what you are looking for.