Diigo is a browser add-on that allows you to bookmark, you can highlight portions of web pages and attach sticky notes to specific parts of web pages. Diigo highlights and sticky notes return to the original web page, you will see your highlights and sticky notes just like what you would expect if you highlighted or wrote on a book.
All of your stuff you put on your websites are saved on servers, creating your personal digest of the web, your own collection of highlights from the web. You can search, access, sort and share this collection from any PC or iPhone.
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- Diigo…social bookmarking services (christine2013dotcom3.wordpress.com)
- My reflection for Diigo and the Padlet (education4esol.wordpress.com)
- Unit 2 – Diigo again (karenwilliamsonblog.wordpress.com)
Today’s website app is Nexos.You can organize your bookmarks, apps, extensions and all your content from Facebook, Gmail, Google+, YouTube and Google Drive.
But you can also connect your Google+, Facebook, YouTube, Gmail, Flickr, GitHub, Vimeo and Google Drive account.It is the ulitimate online organiser.
ListenToYouTube.com is a online application for converting YouTube flash video to mp3 audio. The service is fast, free, and you don’t have to signup. All you the need the YouTube URL, and the website gives you a link to download the audio file.This is great for making it a smaller file for on a iPod.
Today’s website is zamzar the file conversion site.I could just say that but they make it sound exciting.
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|Zamzar is dedicated to helping you transform your songs, videos, images and documents into different formats.
We are intent on bringing order to your filesystem by offering you a one stop solution for all your file conversion needs. Like others we were fed up with having files in all sorts of formats, and no easy way of converting between them – the quest to find a better way led to the birth of Zamzar
Today’s website is the Mailinator in which a can user create a new e-mail address whenever needed. Mailinator will accept mail for any e-mail address addressed to any domain that arrives at the Mailinator servers,and allows anyone to read it. There is no need to register for an account or authenticate via a password. It is intended to provide users with an anonymous and temporary e-mail address to help reduce Inbox spam.
The service was created in 2003 by Paul Tyma.
An email box folder littered with spam messages.
Today’s website is a web app called Mural.ly, which gives a plain canvas on the web that anyone can create a board of ideas and then share it with collages.You can use Mural.ly for such a wide variety of tasks and it can be used by just about anyone that needs a space to share things and get feedback.It is very user friendly and has given you the ability to use many different tools to create your project like text boxes, backgrounds,sticky notes,shapes and stickers.You can share your creation to Facebook and Twitter, embed it on a website and invite people by email.You can make your project as public or private as you want it to be because only you can add people and make your canvas password protected so that when people want to help edit or give feedback, they need to know it in order to get access.