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Keep your websites iCyte lets you save webpages & PDF's exactly as you remember them. Don't worry, we've crafted our saver to reflect every last detail. Organize your work or play iCyte's realtime search ensures you'll instantly find what you're looking for. Collaborate on projects Invite others to your iCyte projects to keep everyone in sync. Meet the iCyte Saver iCyte is a more powerful way to keep your online world. Carbon Copy When you save a site, our pioneering technology produces a carbon copy just like you remember. Save the World We archive HTML, CSS and images to ensure that every detail is captured. In the Cloud Your Cytes are accessible anywhere you are. Cross Browsers with iCyte Wherever the web takes you, we're there -- no matter the browser. iCyte has been tailored to fit all popular browsers. iCyte Plugin Integrated into Firefox and Internet Explorer, our plugin allows for a seamless browsing experience. Bookmarklet Use the bookmarklet on Safari, Chrome and Firefox. Related:  annotate web & readingsManagement & Organization

PaperCritic- post about curating your own journal articles with reviews There has been quite a bit of press lately about the peer review process and access to journal articles, namely, how these are controlled by some of the bigger-name journals (at great expense to libraries and users). The point of this post is not to argue the rights and wrongs of review and access of journal articles. What I’d like to highlight here is a complementary service to Mendeley that can help you curate your own subsection of journal articles, including comments and reviews to and from fellow academics who weren’t invited to review the articles the first time around. PaperCritic is a open publication review tool that uses the Mendeley API in order to facilitate commentary and review of journal articles. In short, you can connect it to your Mendeley account and then comment on articles publicly, including rating them on readability, quality of argument, and other fields. Why would you want to use PaperCritic? For the tool to be effective, it needs to have an audience of users.

iCyte Spicynodes : Home Connexions - Sharing Knowledge and Building Communities How to Get Your Kindle Highlights into Evernote When I read anything, I mark it up. Margin notes, circles, and, most of all, highlights. In fact, I buy highlighters by the box. Or at least I did, until I started reading so much on my Kindle. Amazon Kindle for Mac, Displaying Do the Work by Steven Pressfield Now I use the Highlighter feature of the Kindle to mark passages. I only wish that I could store all these notes and highlights in Evernote, which has become my digital brain. If you are just getting started with Evernote, I suggest that you buy Brett Kelly’s remarkably practical e-book, Evernote Essentials, 4.0. Create your highlights as usual. It will narrow the display to notes and highlights for a specific book, once you select one. Select the appropriate book. Copy and paste your highlights to other applications as needed. If you are disciplined about this, you can have near-instant access to all your book notes and highlights in Evernote.

Inslices : Save and share what matters! Two reviews of new reference manager ReadCube Today, Digital Science announced an investment in startup Labtiva. And Labtiva released a “community preview” of their reference manager ReadCube. The community preview is a free download for Windows and Mac, and this is the summary of my first impressions. You could write two different reviews about ReadCube. The first version would mention the really slick interface, and the fun you have using the program. ReadCube is doing a good job importing the PDFs on your hard drive and adding bibliographic information to them. ReadCube includes an integrated PDF viewer that also allows text highlighting and note taking. The community preview is free, so please download ReadCube to find out whether you like it. The second review would take a different approach. It will be interesting to watch what direction ReadCube development will take.

Take Evernote, Add a Hi-Liter And You Have Scrible A new webpage annotation service launched this week name Scrible that aims to make the online research, note taking and organization easier and more intuitive. Scrible is a toolbar that Web users can install on their bookmark bar that gives a variety of options to annotation of the Internet. It can highlight text, take notes, bold, underline and italicize text on a Web page and then save the page with the notations to a personal library. Researchers, students, writers and journalists are all over the Web, all the time. There are a fair amount of note taking and page savers out there. Say you are a student working on your thesis. Humble Beginnings Karkar came up with the idea while in college and has bootstrapped the company. Karkar is now out of the basement and Scrible has launched to public beta and has secured $500,000 in funding from the National Science Foundation. "We wanted a service that came everywhere you go on the Internet," Karkar said.

TinyURL.com - shorten that long URL into a tiny URL Comparison of reference management software The following tables compare reference management software. General[edit] In the "notes" section, there is a difference between: Operating system support[edit] In the case of web applications, this describes the server OS. Export file formats[edit] This table lists the machine-readable file formats that can be exported from reference managers. Import file formats[edit] This table lists the file formats which may be manually imported into the reference managers without needing to connect to one particular database. Citation styles[edit] Reference list file formats[edit] Word processor integration[edit] Most reference management software supports copy/paste or drag-and-drop of references into any editor. Database connectivity[edit] This table lists the academic databases and search engines which reference managers can import from. Password "protection" and network versions[edit] Some reference managers provide network functionality. References[edit] Bibliography[edit] External links[edit]

7 Great Tools to Annotate Webpages and Documents Internet is one of the main sources of information for us in education. As teachers and educators, we should always make sure we are equipped with the proper kit to dig into these sources and get what we are interested in. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has been posting articles about different tools to help teachers get the maximum out of technology in their classroom teaching. Today I am going to share with you some awesome tools that I am adding to the list of the best free web annotation tools for teachers. These tools will allow you to easily highlight, annotate and clip any part of a webpage and share it with others. Here is the list : 1- InFocus This is a great tool that allows users to highlight rectangular sections of any webpage. 2- Co-ment This is must have tool for educators. 3- A.Nnotate This is an annotation and collaboration tool that can be used for documents ( PDF and Microsoft Office ) as well as webpages and images. 4- Crocodoc 5- Internote 6- Note Anywhere

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Looks fantastic! Like webnotes...and diigo with PDF... by kbpc172 Feb 9

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