Turning links into a library with Diigo - 5 views
My bookmarks are my digital memory.
Unclutter your mind.
I’m all for not having to remember tech tutorials or the tour company we used in NYC, bookmarks allow me to archive that knowledge. They are my digital library.
Your browser enables you to save a link, place it in a folder, and possibly add a few tags (which you probably don’t use).
- Can you annotate a link?
- How about highlighting a portion of the page?
- Does it take a snapshot of the page?
- Will it create lists? Generate reports?
- How effectively can you search your bookmarks?
How much more useful and complete would your links become with these tools?
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Hyperlinks are pieces of information, we need context. What was important about the link? What we need is a library that has information about the data we collecting.
How Diigo can make you more productive?
Diigo’s research tools make archiving a breeze so you will build a much more complete and useful reference system. An online database that you can search and share with ease.
As you can see Diigo is an amazing tool that can revolutionize how you research and archive the web.