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Diigo is a powerful online research tool and collaborative research platform that integrates several key technologies, including social bookmarking, web annotation, tagging, and group-based collaboration, to enable a whole new process of online knowledge management and participatory learning in the 21st century. Diigo provides several apps/extensions, so you can collect everything or use Diigo for a specific purpose. Once equipped with these extensions/apps, you can: Collect Everything - Bookmark and archive webpages - Annotate webpages with highlights & sticky notes - Save notes or to-dos using our slick Quick Note app - Capture and Annotate Screenshot Find Fast
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Thank you for using GazoPa services. GazoPa.com started at TechCrunch50 in September 2008 and has grown to more than 90,000 unique users per month. However, we have decided to put our time and efforts to BtoB business and have discontinued our BtoC services on June, 2011. We have received lots of inquiries from all over the world and decided to focus on BtoB market especially in China where e-commerce grows dramatically.
Juice - The intelligent add-on for Firefox
welcome n. the state of being welcome; "don't outstay your welcome" n. a greeting or reception; "the proposal got a warm welcome" v. receive someone, as into one's house v. accept gladly; "I welcome your proposals"
"I LOVE Tizmos! I use it as a 'dashboard' for my students to links within my in class lessons but also as a resource for outside enrichment."Karen Allen, Teacher "Setup your page in minutes and let students access it from any computer"Janet Anderson, Teacher
What Do You Suggest takes a seed from you (or gives you something random) then guides you on a journey through language and the collective lives of Google users. Using data from Google to make suggetions on where you might like to go next, What Do You Suggest is an experimental and interactive environment designed to explore how we use language and search on the internet. You can read more about the site on my blog. As part of this experiment, I'm recording some data about how people use the site and the paths they choose to explore. If you're interested in seeing what I find, subscribe to the RSS feed on sw'as or follow me on Twitter
Download yolink Browser Add-on "I'm quite impressed with yolink and the options it offers my users. I am sure that many will find it useful." Bill Goffe Professor, Department of Economics ese.rfe.org "yolink helps to quickly connect students with the important resources they need for their research." Shauntee Burns Outreach Specialist homeworknycbeta.org