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A more del.icio.us bookmarking service?
August 17, 2006 5:00 PM   Subscribe

Diigo (Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff) is a new "social annotation" bookmarking site with the standard save-and-share, tags, etc., and also sharable Web page annotations.
posted by davcoo (6 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

 
It's a secret plot by Nintendo to make syllables with two i's acceptable.
posted by gurple at 5:11 PM on August 17, 2006


I've looked at several of these alternatives to del.icio.us and I always stick with del.icio.us. Simple is best.
posted by bim at 5:51 PM on August 17, 2006


We've just put up a new section called "Diigo Lab" under "My Tools". Diigo will be undergoing rapid improvement for the foreseeable future.

Why do I have the feeling that paragraph will be there untill the site closes...
posted by delmoi at 6:09 PM on August 17, 2006


"And I hardly need to mention that this is a crowded space - Ma.gnolia, eSnips, Jots, Fungow, SpinSpy, Simpy, RawSugar are just a few of the players here. Even serving up MySpace codes is unlikely to distance you from the competition. Once again, I think it’s a case of too little, too late."

What he said. And yes, no amount of widget-doohickery will pry me from the simplicity of del.icio.us.
posted by tpl1212 at 6:40 PM on August 17, 2006


MeFi functions as social webpage annotations. "meta" means information about information.
posted by stbalbach at 8:17 PM on August 17, 2006


tried it for several days, Diigo really is quite impressive, extremely useful for online research.

The best thing is that you do not need to give up delicious, bookmarks to diigo can be automatically added to your delicious accounts. Lots of delicious users seem to have discovered it.

http://del.icio.us/url/e9351c17ff5bae6f2a3da46be843eb84
posted by selerdd at 12:35 PM on August 20, 2006


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