UPDATE: November 2011 Annoyingly, trunk.ly sold out to Avos, the company that bought up delicious. So, if you took their advice and imported you delicious links to the trunk.ly system you now have two months to export them once again (to delicious or some other bookmarking service). Typical.
I’ve been banging on about trunk.ly for several days now. It’s a relatively new service that allows you to aggregate all the links you post on Twitter, Facebook and Delicious. By aggregating them it then provides a nice chronological repository but also indexes the links and the pages to which they point making your archive entirely searchable.
Trunk.ly also has a social element – you can follow and be followed and as promised here’s a shout out to my first ten Trunk.ly followers: