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Richard Lloyd

IDEA | Diigo Sidebar - 44 views

Screen shots at show the seven steps from the sidebar view of my library (Diigo to the comments field in Diigo comment. Shot 2 of 7 shows the Diigo m...

sidebar suggestion meta edit send comment bookmark library

Graham Perrin

Group Bookmarking History - 12 views is an example of a group view of a bookmark. You can't get this type of link unless you're a member of a group...

help groups education diigo

Graham Perrin

would be helpful to see the domain ('more from ...') in Groups - 35 views

… domain ('more from ...') in Groups Diigo Meta in Diigo 4.0 beta leads to the site community for the bookmarked page, so for example

domain_name groups domain site community context meta suggestion


Full Text Search - 87 views

Graham Perrin wrote: > I took the one of your three bookmarks > that includes the word interactions, Ah, you are one step ahead of me; I was working on different (private) documents, just a coinc...

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Hint: viewing tabs in Diigo Meta in Diigo 4.0 beta - 19 views

If you share with someone the meta URL of a bookmarked page, and if you wish to ensure that tabs are visible (to switch from meta metas to history, and vice versa) you can use the following...

meta tabs bookmark history public comment switch view hide show reveal scroll page down up workaround hack help hint

Graham Perrin

hyperlinks often missing or broken: need support for angle bracket < > enclosures - 72 views

When I paste to a sticky note the hyperlink breaks. When I paste the same URL in angle brackets, the whole thing disappears. ...

priority RFC 2396 URI URL forum bug 4.1 hyperlink HTML eating one's own dog food dogfood gpd4

Graham Perrin

only 100 highlights/annotations showing up on page containing over 200 - 72 views

Afterthought: the public public view of a page is designed to not reveal private notes. It may be easier for you to gauge completeness from the annotated link that you previously gained and shared: ...

annotations highlight bug 958359 959095 959848 959920 960067 960888 priority

Graham Perrin

Next phase Diigo - the future - 462 views

> To provoke thought, in no particular order: > * System Services (interapplication communication on Mac OS X) That one is spun off to Mac OS X: System Services: provider services in ...

wishlist suggestion review gpd4

Graham Perrin

First Impressions & some issues - 108 views

> difference between searching My Library and searching one of my Groups True. Diigo Groups were a relatively late addition to the Diigo feature set. Whilst Diigo 4.0 beta brought great improvem...

Help delicious groups tags curation search replace bug suggestion

Graham Perrin

full-text search of Diigo-cached content - 106 views

Side notes 1. If issues are found when this topic is reviewed, consider in which the cache of a supposedly crawled page is not presented. 2...

review 20091008 cache search syntax help bug gpd4

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...

API semantic RDF suggestion wish gpd4 application programming interface spam (electronic)

Graham Perrin

sgst: sort by visited, integrated search results, etc.. - 58 views

Sorting bookmarks >>> 2 - Sort links by frequency of use. >>> This would be really handy.. so your most commonly used sites >>> were always at the top of the list. I've set up a "@daily" tag >>> ...

discussion feature suggestion

Maggie Tsai

EgoBurp Diigo - 0 views

  • Diigo rocks, web annotation is here Filed under: General Web annotation — Josh @ 6:46 am After a few monts of use now, Diigo has replaced any other methods of bookmarking. I don’t use Firefox bookmarks anymore. I only us if I want a non-browser interface to my book marks. In my last post about Diigo I said I liked it but I’d post my complaints next post. Since then they’ve fixed everything I was going to complain about. The interface for editing your bookmarks used to be clumsy and hard to find, but they’ve totally remedied that. I was going to complain that the dispay of your tags was sad and ask if we could get a display of our tags as a tag cloud. Before I got the chance to suggest it, I logged in and found I had that option. I’m really liking Diigo and finding it useful. I am printing fewer hard copies of articles. I used to print copies to highlight and annotate them. I’m doing more and more of my highlighting and annotation on Diigo. My primary constructive criticism is that it would be nice to have some non-browser interfaces to the data. For example, the option that gives you to embed a tag cloud of your tags in any web page. That kind of functionality would make Diigo indespensible to me.
  • Diigo is an incremental evolution in human-information interaction. It combines web annotation, which I’ve written about several times, with the social construction of knowledge. It embraces tagging and social bookmarking, as many now are, and extends it to the next step, social annotation. Diigo’s online service approach addresses several problems of web browsing. First, how do I preserve this information I’ve found on the web? You bookmark it. But what if the page moves or is removed? With Diigo, when you bookmark, a copy of the page is saved on Diigo’s servers. Now that I’ve found and saved the page, how do I interact with it? Our model is how we interact with paper documents; We highlight and we make notes. Diigo enables you to both highlight and add notes. That stuff is great, but it gets better. Diigo allows you to make your annotations public. A user of the service see’s the public annotations of other Diigo users. In the future, Diigo will allow the creation of groups. With Google’s PageRank and with social tagging, we find information by the wisdom of the crowd, by word-of-mouth. With Diigo it is now easier than ever to share our collective thoughts on that information-our interpretations, extensions, criticisms and associations. Bringing us full circle, Diigo allows you to tag your bookmarks, and see the tags of other Diigo users. More public finding the information, the publics, and then adding your own. It’s a positive feedback loop.
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