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This site provides a simple bookmarking service. We follow your twitter feed, and whenever a status you tweet or re-tweet contains URLs, we add them to your delicious.com bookmarks. Optionally, bookmark URLs in @replies to you, and in tweets you mark as Favorites.
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Collaborative annotation tools expand the concept of social bookmarking by allowing users not only to share bookmarks but also to digitally annotate web pages. Rather than simply pointing to particular web pages, collaborative annotation lets users highlight specific content on a web page and add a note explaining their thoughts or pointing to additional resources. Students who use these tools for academic research can, over time, build a collection of their own studies and observations in much the same way generations of students have saved texts with dog-eared pages, highlighted passages, scribbled comments, and sticky notes. The activity of adding reflections as marginalia can move students from being passive consumers of information to active readers engaged in scholarly discussions.
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Social bookmarking sites, where internet users collect and share their web references, provide a new way to organize and explore the web. Tags are freely chosen keywords applied to web references, then publicly aggregated with all other users. This is the
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Diigo extension for Google Chrome allowing the following: \n\n 1. One-click screen capture\n 2. Annotate the screen shot with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text\n 3. Crop (or clip) any part of the screenshot\n 4. Save the screenshot or copy to clipboard.
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