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Mah Saito

The Clever Sheep: Diigo is more Filling than Delicious - 0 views

  • I suspect that librarians would be eager to share Diigo to students, if for no other reason than to teach the effective annotation of web resources. Educators looking to combat plagiarism might even call for students to share their web research by requiring the tagging, highlighting and annotating of sources with this tool.
  • It remains to be seen whether or not Diigo will make advances on the traction its gained of late, but this beta tool is so feature-rich that many educators are sure to become active 'diigers'.
  • For higher-level thinking and public reflection about web content including the sharing of more complete meta-information - Diigo may well be the ticket!
Maggie Tsai

Evaluating social bookmarking sites « PargoNet - 0 views

  • Diigo goes a step further. Diigo is really more like a mash-up of social bookmarking and social networking. It is as if Facebook and del.icio.us had a child and named it Diigo. Like del.icio.us, Diigo allows you to post your bookmarks online, tag them and share them. However, Diigo allows to to create a network of friends and see what their recent activity is - much easier to see the new items bookmarked by your friends than in del.icio.us. There is also a comment wall which allows for friends to engage in conversation or discussion about sites. Additionally, Diigo allows you to create lists in addition to tags. Tags allow for a dynamic set of resources to be viewed. Lists allow you to create a static set of resources when necessary. It is another option for organizing bookmarked sites. You can also designate sites as favorites. Finally, Diigo allows you to create groups so that people who might have something in common can share bookmarks with the group that they think the other members of the group might find interesting. Diigo is quickly becoming a favorite resource from what I can tell by listening in the twitterverse. Good site to check out.
  • Thanks for a great post. Interesting “analogy” Like to add: Diigo’s web annotation (the ability to add highlight, sticky notes) to any part of a webpage is another very unique and core competence of Diigo’s offerings. As you read on the web, instead of just bookmarking, you can highlight portions of web pages that are of particular interest to you. You can also attach sticky notes to specific parts of web pages. Unlike most other web “highlighters” that merely clip, Diigo highlights and sticky notes are persistent in the sense that whenever you return to the original web page, you will see your highlights and sticky notes superimposed on the original page, just what you would expect if you highlighted or wrote on a book! Moreover, all the information — highlighted paragraphs, sticky notes, and the original url — are saved on Diigo servers, creating your personal digest of the web, your own collection of highlights from the web - ones that are meaningful to you!
Maggie Tsai

Solving the bookmarking headache « The Guidewire - 0 views

  • To label it as a simple bookmark service would be unfair; it’s much more than that and could very well emerge as an oft-used research tool in my browser
  • Though initially overwhelming, Diigo has been made as user friendly as possible by its developers. The multitude of features could easily kludge up a site but the Diigo team has made quick work of them. It’s design and UI are top-notch - so much so that I recommended Diigo to another company as an excellent example of creating elegance out of chaos.
  • What I find most interesting about Diigo is precisely what turns some off: the scope. This is one of the most full-featured and in-depth Web 2.0 products I’ve seen in a long time. Rather than focus on one headache of the social Web, the company is aiming to solve seemingly all of them.
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  • When it comes to this space though - the collecting of online content for future use - I think some aggregation is overdue. The myriad services dedicated to this purpose all have their upsides, but in general only end up adding to the noise. If I can depend on one site for all my bookmarking and clipping needs, that will significantly reduce the clutter in my tool bar. From my experience so far, it’s looking like that site will be Diigo.
Mah Saito

Diigo, what Delicious could have been. - 0 views

  • Diigo goes beyond all of that.  You can comment on links, thus enabling conversation.  This is sorely missing from del.icio.us and it is weakly implemented in Mag.nolia.  You can schedule a link post to your blog or simply post a link directly.
  • Though most will likely give a collective groan to a new bookmarking site, if you aren’t using Diigo you might as well be living in a web 1.0 world.
  • Diigo does have a couple items I would like to see worked out.  First of all they didn’t get the memo that we have reached the mobile tipping point.  I would love to see an iPhone version of this so I can use it on the go.  Where is the API?  How can you have a service in today’s market place without an API.  Finally, trackbacks.  Let me carry the conversation back if I can.  So many social sites don’t implement this and it seems vital to enabling a conversation.
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  • I know all the A-listers have glazed eyes over friendfeed right now, but they are really missing out if they don’t try Diigo.
Maggie Tsai

Diigo blog ~ "Tip of the day" series - 48 views

Now with the introduction of V3, we are no longer in a "stealth mode" (although lots of goodies are still cooking under the hood :-) We will start writing more news and updates about Diigo, ti...

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started by Maggie Tsai on 28 Mar 08 no follow-up yet
Mah Saito

Diigo's New Release « Experiencing E-Learning - 0 views

  • I admit that I don’t use all these features; I still end up mostly using Diigo as my personal research tool. Having the ability to highlight and annotate text makes it much more useful as part of my personal learning environment than delicious. Personally, I think Diigo just looks a lot nicer than the barebones interface for delicious, especially in this version.
Maggie Tsai

Diigo : The End Of Bookmarks? - 2 views

  • Diigo needs to try to get with Microsoft and Firefox to try to get it as an install option by default. This would open up their user base to more that just us tech geeks.
    • Michael Marlatt
       
      Now here is a very interesting thought....
    • 徐 丁
       
      It is a good idea!
  • Diigo is perhaps one of the web’s premier research tools - this is widely accepted.
  • Diigo as a tool, could be viewed as a much more serious innovation by comparison.
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  • With the release of Version 3, Diigo has fairly effectively expanded its reach into the social networking venue even farther. Aside from that, the inherent tools available on Diigo as a aggregationa and research platform have been expanded greatly also. So many startups have been either hyped or constructively accentuated that it is sometimes difficult to put an actual value on them, this is not the case for any of Diigo’s faithful users.
  • In a real way I do not understand how anyone would need another bookmarking or annotation service. It is also a little puzzling that Diigo has not taken the Web by storm. Perhaps there are not enough people with serious research or knowledge needs out there. But that is a question for another discourse, I suggest checking Diigo out.
    • H.C. Chen
       
      Well, big number of potential heavy knowledge users are waiting in big companies. My company's reason is simple : we love Diigo but data should be in our server not only for security . . . besides we don't know how many years will Diigo be alive.
  • Diigo is a wonderful tool, overall. The features it offers are pretty amazing. I anticipate Diigo will revolutionize the way some things get done over the Web
  • I’ve just started using Diigo and I am still in the process of discovering what great stuff it has to offer. I believe it’s one of the best tools there is for research and annotations and it’s bookmarking system might prove a lot more efficient than everything I tried before.
  • Good to stress again that Diigo is not just another social bookmarking site, but a sophisticated research tool and a knowledge-sharing and social content site. Moreover the well designed user interface makes it useful for as well elementary bookmarking and note taking as for professional annotating and documentation purposes. I expect that these features will soon be widely recognized.
  • Whether Web 2.0 actually ever existed is irrelevant, but the innovation brought to us these last two years is undeniable. The big question for me has been: “Does the innovation actually do anything for us?” I think I have tested and reviewed over 300 startups in the last couple of years, and I can honestly say that most of this innovation has been directed at entertainment or rather useless “cuteness”. Diigo as a tool, could be viewed as a much more serious innovation by comparison.
  • Diigo has fairly effectively expanded its reach into the social networking venue even farther. Aside from that, the inherent tools available on Diigo as a aggregationa and research platform have been expanded greatly also. So many startups have been either hyped or constructively accentuated that it is sometimes difficult to put an actual value on them, this is not the case for any of Diigo’s faithful users.
  • The “community” buzz word has really invaded our Web consciousness these days, but the actual effectiveness and potential productivity of these communities is what should really be stressed. Diigo’s community, in using all the function of Diigo’s innovation and refinements, has the ability to help build relationships based around perhaps our greatest asset – knowledge. Diigo’s latest release of Version 3 illustrates the proper metamorphosis of a truly valuable community, or content and data reflected on a growing and engaged set of people. The innovators developed a way to collect and store knowledge efficiently, and then refined the platform to foster collaboration in learning.
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    Great review!
Mah Saito

Emily Chang - eHub: Diigo V3 a Win with Non-Intrusive Social Networking - 0 views

  • In summary, Diigo’s new sidebar is well designed. It allows me to focus on my work while, at the same time, giving me access to Diigo’s knowledge community. Improvements to Diigo Groups has turned this aspect of the Diigo community into a powerful way to distribute and refine knowledge among a team. And Diigo’s “varying degrees of non-intrusiveness” approach to social networking has infused a level of maturity into the social networking world that has been sorely lacking up to this point. There’s a lot of hype around Diigo right now, and the bottom line is that it’s well-deserved.
Mah Saito

The Power of Educational Technology: One For Tuesday 3-25-2008 - 0 views

  • Diigo seems to be a mashup of many of the best features of del.icio.us, facebook, tumblr and twitter. You can save bookmarks, share them with friends and with groups, join groups, send each other links and messages and comment on your friends' walls.
Mah Saito

Diigoとはてなダイアリー&スター - mkawanoの日記 - 0 views

  • Diigoは、まぁ「(ソーシャル・ブックマーク+アノテーション)×共有×コミュニケーション」みたいなツールなのです。同様のことが、はてなブックマークやらはてなスターやらでもできるわけですが、洗練度はDiigoのほうが上だと思う。
Mah Saito

Diigo: Mark up the Web « Tablet PC - A Student's Perspective - 1 views

  • Have you wished you could mark up a website? Highlight, add notes and the share it with others? Diggo is a solution to all your needs. Ok I exaggerated, it doesn’t have ink support (damn). However it lets you highlight, annotate, tag , bookmark, blog and share webpages. Isn’t that awesome? If you are tired of printing all those webpages to OneNote just so that you could highlight up the important parts, Diggo is your solution. Sign up, don’t hesitate to download the firefox/IE tool bar, give it a spin and well leave me a note of thanks :).
Maggie Tsai

» Diigo Launches V3: A Marriage between Rich Web Research Tools and Social Ne... - 0 views

  • I am SOOOO hyped about this product! (And no, I am not getting paid to said that.) I love, love, love Diigo and it is an indispensible tool in my online arsenal. Click here to take an online tour of Diigo and get hooked as deeply as I am. And once you are a member, send me a friend request. Cool? Anyways, check out the latest Diigo press release.
  • I am SOOOO hyped about this product! (And no, I am not getting paid to said that.) I love, love, love Diigo and it is an indispensible tool in my online arsenal. Click here to take an online tour of Diigo and get hooked as deeply as I am. And once you are a member, send me a friend request. Cool?
  • I am SOOOO hyped about this product! (And no, I am not getting paid to say that.) I love, love, love Diigo and it is an indispensible tool in my online arsenal. Click here to take an online tour of Diigo and get hooked as deeply as I am.
Mah Saito

Diigo odsłona 3 - konkurencja dla Delicious na Seksowne laski i piękne lachony - 0 views

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    I can't read this...
Maggie Tsai

"Tips of the day" blog series - 16 views

We'll be starting a series of "Tips of the day" blog posts to introduce some features / clarify some differences between V2 and V3. blog.diigo.com Please check / subscribe to our blog for the...

blog tip v3

started by Maggie Tsai on 23 Mar 08 no follow-up yet
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