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Diigo revisited

I wrote about Diigo, the social annotation and bookmarking service, a while ago. Back then I was already quite taken with the service, and today I’m even more so. Why’s that? Well, they’ve rolled out a huge number of new features, some of which I never even thought about before, but which, when you’re able…

YABS

I just got my invitation (I’ll quit writing about “invites”, it just isn’t a noun) to a beta account for Ma.gnolia. What does Ma.gnolia do? Well, it of course does social bookmarking, which is why I’ve titled my post that way (in case you didn’t grow up in a country where acronyms like ICBIY are…

Bookmark with all

After reading about (and setting up accounts in) various new and old social and asocial bookmarking services, I’ve now reached the point where I need some new service which will allow me to bookmark sites in all of the services simultaneously. Right now all these services are more or less the same, but I’m expecting…

“Birds of a feather…

flock together.” As you may have guessed from my rather slick introduction, I just discovered Flock, the newest in cool Firefox-altered technology. It’s basically a slick, modded, Web 2.0 compatible version of the ever so popular Mozilla Firefox browser. Of course, it’s still very much in Beta (Alpha even?), but apart from a few quirks…