Diigo – Guarda solo lo que te interesa de la web.

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Diigo es una aplicación que permite guardar textos de una página determinada, no hace falta guardar TODA la página.

Se integra a vuestro browser (preferiblemente Firefox) y permite salvar los textos que vais encontrando en internet dentro de una área de favoritos que se guardará en la web, pudiendo ser recuperada desde cualquier ordenador.

Permite también añadir palabras clave a cada página guardada para que las encontréis con un buscador sencillo integrado al navegador.

3 comentarios en “Diigo – Guarda solo lo que te interesa de la web.

  1. Fernando,
    he pedido una invitación a Maggie Tsai (cofundadora de Diigo), parece que están haciendo una gran manutención (mira el mail abajo).

    En cuanto tenga la invitación te aviso.

    un abrazo

    Hi Diego,

    Thanks for your interest in Diigo. I looked up your blog — it’s an excellent info hub. With your expertise in the latest internet trend, we’d certainly appreciate your time trying it out and your kind offer to write about us.

    As part of our closed beta, we’re currently working on a major website / system upgrade. We will send you an invite as soon as the latest upgrade is completed (hopefully not for too long 🙂 and you can be one of the first to start discovering Diigo not only as a useful personal and collaborative tool, but also a more powerful social platform as it connects readers of similar interests and enables their interactions.

    About: Diigo (dee’go) is about » Social Annotation». By combining social bookmarking, clippings, in situ annotation, tagging, full-text search, easy sharing and interactions, into one powerful tool, Diigo strives to provide the best tool for knowledge users, and in the process, turn the entire web into a writable, participatory, and interactive media.
    Meanwhile, thought you may be interested to know that Diigo will be presenting at O’Reilly Emerging Technology Conference in March:
    https://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs/et2006/view/e_sess/8590
    https://conferences.oreillynet.com/pub/w/43/exhibitors.html

    Thanks for your interest and patience again. We hope to welcome you to the Diigo community very shortly, and look foward to your active participation and feedback to help us make Diigo even better!

    Sincerely,

    Maggie Tsai
    VP, Corporate Development & co-founder