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Graham Perrin

Mediactive » Two Tools for Archiving Web Pages - 16 views

  • Tools for Archiving Web Pages
  • by Josh Sprague
  • Diigo
  • ...13 more annotations...
  • Internet research
  • many interesting things
  • collaborators
  • snapshot
  • What Diigo calls a screenshot
  • October 7th, 2009
  • the user can still search and highlight the text
    • Graham Perrin
       
      Maybe some confusion? A single snapshot comprises an HTML file and a PNG (screen shot), both cached. The snapshot page defaults to an HTML version. Texts within HTML cached copies are indexed, and can be searched; and cached HTML content is used for the underlying part of an annotated view, but: * it is not (or should not be) possible to draw new Diigo highlights across cached copies.
  • is a cached version
  • PositivePress
  • priced high for those only interested in page archival
  • impressive
  • a one-button approach
  • searchable, cached
Jaakko Helleranta

Diigo Blog » Highlight, Annotate, Archive, Search, Share ~ Diigo ~ the best online research tool just gets even better: Diigo V4 is live now! - 7 views

  • So, what’s new in V4 (click to learn more)?   Building upon the strengths of Diigo V3, version 4 adds significant features, usability and flexibility: New user interface — Users of version 4 enjoy an all-new web interface that reinforces Diigo as a powerful personal and team research tool. The three main areas — My Library, My Network and My Groups — relate to the key value propositions of Diigo: Research, Sharing, and Collaboration.  New display options — compact, standard and power edit — also make the rich feature set more easily accessible.
    • Bakari Chavanu
       
      It's because of Diigo, I might switch back to Firefox because I want the full menubar features.
  • This is like building a personal wayback machine of important webpages.   Some examples of uses for this new features are:  archiving of online receipts, promotional ads, client media outreach (for marketing and PR) archiving and reporting, and a wide range of time-progressive reporting of online data.
  • Integration, filters, sort options, greatly improved support for tags, highly focused search results, group snapshots and other refinements make Diigo group work both productive and enjoyable.
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  • iPhone® application — users can now access their Diigo libraries from the iPhone and iPod touch®, plus download for offline browsing! (Coming soon ~ pending approval by App Store)
    • Bakari Chavanu
       
      Very nice. I was wondering the other night if there was an app for Diigo. Will it have annotation capabilities? That might be a lot to ask.
  • Whether you are a consumer researching products to buy, an individual investor researching stocks on the Internet, a teacher gathering materials, a student group collecting information for a group project, a PR professional collecting client-relevant information, a recruiter scouting for talent, or a workgroup staying on top of competitive intelligence, Diigo can dramatically improve your productivity.
  • Now, if you only these niggling things can be added/fixed in the Firefox toolbar: - Different sort order for different tags/lists. - Complete, scrollable list of bookmarks under each tag/list, not just last 20 or so. - Option to open bookmarks in a new tab. - Tags/lists now overflow with no way to get to tags/lists that are hidden out. - Better sidebar with full tag browsing (like the Delicious plugin). I would highly recommend looking at the Delicious plugin for Firefox - it addresses these issues and is the main reason why I haven’t moved fully to Diigo yet.
Maggie Tsai

Turning links into a library with Diigo - 6 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.
  • Welcome to Diigo Social bookmarking and a whole lot more.
  • TakeAways Bookmarking prevents us from having to remember. Our bookmarks become a personal reference library Diigo’s superior tools will help you create an amazing library.
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    Thanks for the share. Maggie
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    Very nice article Keith, I really like your approach to thinking about Diigo and bookmarking in general.
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    Thank you Sean. I get passionate about things that make me more productive and help me create a great reference. Tech is best when it makes your life mo betta
Graham Perrin

Diigo: the Ultimate Bookmarks Solution - The 2.0 Life - 2 views

  • Diigo: the Ultimate Bookmarks Solution
  • September 28, 2009
  • by David Pierce
  • ...32 more annotations...
  • a huge fan of Instapaper
  • for all my bookmarking and reading
  • the application I use most often
  • one of the 21 iPhone apps that make everything awesome
  • manage information
  • it’s losing the battle for my usership to Diigo
  • fantastic bookmarking service
  • an iPhone app from Diigo
  • wasn’t as good as Instapaper – until now
  • a new release that  might just blow all other information-managers
  • out of the water
  • that was all already available from Diigo – and I eventually left
  • why I’m switching back:
  • follow someone on Diigo
  • tap into a whole network of bookmarks
  • the usefulness of Twitter, without the inane
  • always been better
  • download bookmarks and read them offline
  • Diigo lets you archive an entire web page, and make it searchable
  • quick snapshots of how a site looked and felt, both in HTML and image format
  • easier to save, tag, and find bookmarks
  • Simpler interface
  • caseyallen 1 week ago
  • I won't use any service unless I can capture or retrieve in under two clicks
  • it rocks
  • Diigo does that
  • reap the seeds
  • serve me quite nicely for years to come
  • Well done Diigo team
  • everythingsteve.com 6 days ago
  • I spotted potential in them months and months ago
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