Jon Udell has a fair and balanced take on the project.

I was a bit too harsh yesterday. I think that if the project remains a clone of, I won’t view it too favorably, especially considering that the creator could have distributed the code without launching a competing site. But if it evolves to offer features doesn’t and both of them improve as a result, so much the better.

On a different note, Simon Willison explains how Jon Udell can solve one of the problems he mentions in the blog entry using Greasemonkey.