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Graham Perrin

rss feed for unread bookmarks? - 17 views

Please enable e-mail notifications for:

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Graham Perrin

Bookmarking within Google Reader - 732 views

I didn't expect that the solution would come from the other side(Google) :-) In anyways it's a great addition to GReader/Diigo's current functionality. Thanks for the heads-up Graham

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Craig Mackenzie

RSS Logo - 45 views

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started by Craig Mackenzie on 14 Apr 08 no follow-up yet

RSS Feeds not working properly - 73 views

Thanks working great now. joel wrote: > It was fixed. Please check it.

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Suzannah Claire

Request | My Tools | My Feeds: list, categorize, tag, manage feeds - 96 views

This is not the case. If a bookmark is private, and then it is placed in a list, it will not show up in the RSS feed. If it is converted to public, than it WILL show up in the RSS feed. The only...

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Maggie Tsai

Suggestion: Bookmark=clip+label+alerts - 23 views

Thanks - These are interesting comments. Will discuss more here.

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Get smart: Top 10 research tools - Internet - 1 views

  • By CNET staff (October 20, 2006) It's easy to suffer from information overload when the world's data is at your fingertips. What you need are tools that help you home in on the most relevant facts and organize them. We've rounded up (in random order) some great services that help you go straight to expert sources and keep track of your research. These digital tools can keep you on track--whether you're working on a middle-school science fair, wrapping up a graduate degree, or pursuing a hobby.
  • 4. Diigo beta How helpful is it to bookmark a Web site if you need only one sentence from that 3,000-word article? Diigo is a free bookmarking service that lets you do what we wish Yahoo's would: highlight text and comment on Web pages. Diigo caches each site so that you can search within text, not just the topic tags. And you won't have to leave the community, since Diigo lets you save bookmarks simultaneously in both places.
  • 2. Wikipedia You might shun this online, open-source encyclopedia if you've ever been burned by prank entries or fudged facts. But because anyone can edit Wikipedia, it's a richer resource than Britannica for subjects off the beaten path, such as the > 1960s underground press > or > rivethead subculture > . Though it's not the only source you should reference in term papers, at least Wikipedia gets you started. >
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  • Many free RSS services let you subscribe to oodles of news sources that so you don't have to hopscotch from site to site to get the scoop. But the $29 FeedDemon 2 is the best RSS reader for steamrolling through thousands of feeds. Need headlines from the science section of the world's major newspapers? Check. Want the latest research from insider blogs about solar power? Check. FeedDemon is faster and more customizable than browser-based freebies, and it also lets you access feeds online.
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