Last month I wrote in glowing terms about Diigo, the new social bookmarking site that offers a more comprehensive set of capabilitiesthan market leader Del.icio.us. Well, Diigo is now out of beta and rolling. It not only allows you to store and share bookmarks, web pages and page snippets, it also allows you to annotate web pages. Better still, when you revisit a site your annotations are automatically displayed and, if you wish, you can share them as well. Much to like here.
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