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Highlight and Share the Web!

Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community

Research and Collaborate

  • Don't just bookmark! Highlight the web! Add sticky notes too!
  • Access and search your findings from any PC or iphone!
  • Create groups to pool resources for specific projects.

Connect and Discover

  • You are what you annotate, creating a presence for you in the community.
  • Connect with friends effortlessly and non-intrusively through content.
  • Discover quality resources on any subject or get personalized recommendations.
Organize your bookmarks and annotations by tags or lists.
  • Tags and lists are two different ways to organize information.
  • Tags are best for diverse and disparate information, while lists are best for focused information.
Multiple ways to share your bookmarks and annotations
  • You can publish your findings to your blog by using the one-click "Send to Blog" feature, by setting up automatic daily posting, or by adding linkrolls and tagrolls to your blog. You can send multiple annotated and highlighted pages at once by email, and the recipients will see exactly what you are referring to. You can also easily post to other websites such as twitter, facebook, delicious, etc.

The service finds people who bookmark like you do.

Diigo takes all the data it collects from users and allows them to rotate it in interesting ways. When you're looking at the page for a site, for example, you can easily see what other users who bookmarked that site also bookmarked (sort of like MyBlogLog, Medium, eSnips). And based on the tag cloud for a site as well as the affinity you have with its other bookmarkers, the system will suggest other sites to you that it thinks you might like.

There's also a social angle: The system suggests people that it thinks you'll find interesting, but identifying the ones closest to you in bookmarking behavior. I recommend Diigo, especially with the plug-in. It's a complex tool but if you take a few minutes to learn what it can do and how it does it, it can make you a more productive, smarter Web user.

There's also a very nice new browser sidebar that shows you a lot of very useful and focused information, including your own latest bookmarks, those from your Diigo friends, and most cleverly, the Diigo users who have also saved information from the page you're visiting as well as the site itself.

Reading is more fun with friends, more productive with Diigo...