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10 Alternatives To Delicious.com Bookmarking
"There are several alternatives available and, if you’re like me, you’re going to have to test some of them out until you find the one that best fits how you like to save bookmarks and later search for them. You’ll also want to export your existing delicious.com bookmarks and, if possible, import them into the new service you choose. Instructions on that are below, but first, here’s a list of options for your post-Delicious.com bookmarking."
bookmarking  bookmarks  internet  onlinetoolkit  evernote  diigo  instapaper  blinklist  connotea  2010  socialbookmarking  del.icio.us 
december 2010 by robertogreco
Twitmark – Social bookmarking 140 characters at a time
"Twitmark is a social bookmarking service which fetches links sent on Twitter by you and your friends, bookmarks them and republishes them to your favourite bookmarking service."
twitter  del.icio.us  diigo  bookmarks  bookmarking  mashup  socialnetworking  via:javierarbona 
june 2009 by robertogreco
University of Manitoba: Information Services and Technology - Michael Wesch and the Future of Education
"During his presentation, the Kansas State University professor breaks down his attempts to integrate Facebook, Netvibes, Diigo, Google Apps, Jott, Twitter, and other emerging technologies to create an education portal of the future."

[video on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4yApagnr0s ]
michaelwesch  education  learning  schools  change  reform  technology  e-learning  ethnography  gamechanging  classideas  twitter  jott  diigo  del.icio.us  googleapps  netvibes  facebook  portals  collaboration  socialnetworking  medialiteracy  socialmedia  literacy  newmedia  universities  colleges  teaching  multimedia 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Three Uses of Diigo in the History and Language Arts Classroom | Beyond School
"I’m a fairly quiet person who tends to be happy roaming solo in his own flow...Schooliness is Web 1.0 (if it’s web at all), and our students seem to prefer schooliness over anything new every bit as much as their teachers do. A word to the wise."
diigo  clayburell  teaching  learning  education  schools  online  web  annotation  bookmarks  highlighting  classes  literature  socialstudies  history 
march 2008 by robertogreco

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