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The University of Sydney reproduces xenophobic graffiti killing Asians in two months - 0 views

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    Blocking Asians to Invade, Killing All Asians, the British Daily Mail reported on the 4th from Australia that one of Australia most prestigious universities, the University of Sydney, incited violence and xenophobia this week. The graffiti, this is the second time a similar incident occurred in this
Graham Perrin

Unable to add PUBLIC inline comment - 137 views

Baron Mok wrote: > Hope you guys put it back soon. IMHO the restriction is understandable. As a sites manager: * I _do_ encourage social bookmarking etc. of specific pages however * I ...

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Graham Perrin

graffiti/spam at https://wave.google.com/wave/ - 7 views

As https://wave.google.com/ redirects to https://wave.google.com/wave/ so both URLs should be treated as a home pages; floating notes should be disallowed. At the moment, there are eight floatin...

Google Wave home spam (electronic) graffiti floating note

started by Graham Perrin on 21 Nov 09 no follow-up yet
Wade Ren

Design Graffiti~ Writing on the Wall: Is Diigo better than Delicious or is it in a class by itself? - 0 views

  • However, Diigo is much more important than that to be relegated to a mere service that directs users to the outlandish, latest web page hype. There is a promise of research and community knowledge gathering that doesn't have much use for a Thumb up rating systems. They want to collaborate more intimately than that.
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    In the information age, the greatest asset we will have will be our collective innovations and ideas. Diigo is not simply a large repository to dump your bookmarks. It is the creative playground where individuals across disciplines will self-organize themselves into knowledge groups, pushing the wisdom of our ages further than ever before. This is the promise and the potential of the Diigo platform.
Maggie Tsai

Diigo: Bookmarking evolved | News.blog | CNET News.com - 0 views

  • Diigo: Bookmarking evolved August 1, 2006 6:39 PM PDT There's yet another new bookmarking utility live now: Diigo. This one is different. In addition to letting you bookmark pages and share those bookmarks with others, it also lets you highlight parts of pages (text or images), and store those highlight not just in your Diigo account but on the Web pages themselves (if you have the plug-in). You can also attach post-it-like notes to your highlights on Web pages, and they can be private or shared. Old-timers may recollect one of the first Web annotation services, ThirdVoice. That tool also let you mark up any Web page you visited, so that other ThirdVoice users could see what everybody had to say. The service died in a firestorm of controversy, but we've evolved since then -- what people used to call graffiti we now call interactivity and community. The annotation capability sets Diigo apart from Del.icio.us and makes it a more granular data gathering tool, like ClipMarks. Diigo lets you take your clips and do useful things with them: You can publish them all as a Web page, or directly to a blog, or send them in emails. With the Diigo toolbar installed, you can also easily mark parts of any Web page and forward them directly via email. It's a handy and universal "send this article" function, and the highlighting tool makes it much easier to add context. It took me a while to grok Diigo, though. There's a lot going on here, and like a Swiss Army knife, there are blades that new users will find confusing. What's a customizable search bar doing here? And why does Diigo act so much like a social bookmarking tool -- do we really need another one of these? Diigo has very useful annotation and organizational features, though, and if want good way to mark up the Web for personal use or a fast way to send clips to people you know, it's worth checking out. See also JetEye. There's also a nice review of Diigo on SolutionWatch. Posted by Rafe Needleman
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Maggie Tsai

New toolbars updated for everyone - 43 views

Fridemar, Thanks for reporting - noted. Fridemar & Ollitolli, Hey, soon you guys can "get connected" easily. Stay tuned :-)

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Graham Perrin

[Discussion] Please assist us fighting spam - 60 views

(Ignoring http://groups.diigo.com/group/Diigo_HQ/content/956274 and other more recent discussions of electronic spam … this topic seems to be the original …) With a preference to receive immediate...

FAQ discussion spam spam (electronic) suggestion help hint

Graham Perrin

Sandboxes for users of Diigo - 15 views

@ Diigo Might you provide a sandbox for users of Diigo? The effectiveness of a sandbox would be limited - a majority of discovered issues relate to content that is beyond the control of Diigo - b...

graffiti alpha beta closed open test issues sandbox suggestion gpd4

started by Graham Perrin on 20 Dec 08 no follow-up yet
eyal matsliah

Diigo: bookmarking evolved | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone - 1 views

  • Hands-on Diigo: bookmarking evolved By Rafe Needleman – August 1, 2006,
  • It took me a while to grok Diigo, though. There's a lot going on here, and like a Swiss Army Knife, there are blades that new users will find confusing. What's a customizable search bar doing here? And why does Diigo act so much like a social bookmarking tool--do we really need another one of these?
  • but we've evolved since then--what people used to call "graffiti" we now call "interactivity" and "community."
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  • There's yet another new bookmarking utility live now: Diigo. This one is different. In addition to letting you bookmark pages and share those bookmarks with others, it also lets you highlight parts of pages (text or images), and store those highlights not only in your Diigo account, but also on the Web pages themselves
  • It's a handy and universal "send this article" function, and the highlighting tool makes it much easier to add context.
  • Diigo has very useful annotation and organizational features, though, and if you want a good way to mark up the Web for personal use or a fast way to send clips to people you know, it's worth checking out.
  • The annotation capability sets Diigo apart from Del.icio.us and makes it a more granular data-gathering tool, like ClipMarks
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Graham Perrin

Option for Private as Default for Annotations needed - 165 views

Highlights only have a private setting. That means to me that the only person who should be able to see them is me, regardless of if the bookmark is public. But what is worse, it reveals that infor...

privacy suggestion

Scott Linford

Diigo, API, RDF, semantic web - 114 views

Me too. Diigo, please make semantic markup painless... somehow. Yes, I know painless is torture for the developer. I'd help code if you'd let me. Brain storming (or just possible cerebral flatulen...

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Daniel Gauthier

How to become an "active and trusted user"? - 112 views

Perhaps Diigo could set the feature with a minimum requirement? Say, a user must have at least 5 friends, belong to 5 groups, have at least 55 bookmarks. Wouldn't this prove that he/she is a trustw...

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