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lets you redline any webpage. With ButterFly-Reader you can add hyperlinks
& notes, highlight words, look up information, translate selections and
more. All within the same webpage and all within one single mouse-click.
Clipmarks Create an
online collection, annotate and share with friends/colleagues
organizing your daily details as simple as jotting down a note or firing off
business tagging & social search. Download the toolbar, tag and recommend
what you think is valuable. Create a tagging network
Trailfire is an IE and
Firefox plugin that lets you post notes (called marks) right on top of a
webpage and string them together with hyperlinks (making trails).
The plugin consists of a note button for leaving marks and a sidebar for
managing your trails..
Tumblr is pretty much a
link blog, but a very simple straightforward one from what I can see. Great as
a sort of scrapbook thing to alert friends and colleagues to what you've
attaches discussion forums to each and every web page - on the fly.
websnapr - Website
Thumbnails For Your Site. This is a nice simple resource. Pop in the URL that
you want and they'll take a screenshot for you and display it on the
Extension. It is probably most simply described as a wiki-margin for the
Wizliteallows you to
highlight text (like on real paper) on any page on the Internet and share it
with everybody (or just your friends).
zpeech This resource
allows you to comment on particular webpages.
A1-Webmarks is a
free service that combines the convenience of a personal webmark server with
the power of social webmarking.
Create an organized page for your bookmarks that you can share with friends and
Check out the most popular links each day, set The Daily Routine as your
homepage so you can visit your must stop sites each day with ease.
BibSonomy is a system
for sharing bookmarks and lists of literature. When discovering a bookmark or a
publication on the web, you can store it on their server. You can add tags to
your entry to retrieve it more easily.
digg is a technology news
website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical
Digg.com/spy Similar to
Del.icio.us popular, emphasis is on tech news stories
Diigo: Social Annotation.
Collect, share and interact with online information from anywhere. Integration
of bookmarking, web highlighting and sticky notes.
Eluma is a bookmark
manager with more on top. Choose to get alerted to any important items, as they
happen - right to your desktop.
Browse Faves to find the
most popular web pages on any topic. Our community is finding new web sites
Feed Me Links
stores your bookmarks online so you can get to them anywhere. Import your
favorites and share your links with friends. Add tags to organize your links.
Discover new things. Open-source your interests.
Myvmarks does what it
does, just like all the others
Snippets. Download it, save what you need, annotate it, share it with
Netvouz - Online Social
Bookmark Manager - Organize, Tag and Share your bookmarks. Free, 5 minutes to
set up and check bookmarks from any pc
all-in-one toolkit for searching the Web, tracking news, capturing Web content,
sharing files, publishing Web blogs, and private messaging.
OnlyWire: The Only
BookMarklet You'll Ever Need!. This single bookmarklet allows you to post to a
wide variety of social bookmarking services such as del.icio.us, Furl, Spurl,
Simpy and so on.
Oyax is a social bookmark
manager. It allows you to add web sites to your personal collection of links,
categorize those sites with tags and share your collection not only with your
own browsers and machine, but also with other people.
zurpy. Create your
profile, organize and tag your bookmarks, share your profile with friends, use
a community search engine. Currently in alpha mode.
Bookmarking - social bookmarking
NOTE: All of these sites do exactly the same thing - allow
people to bookmark content, share it with others, vote for the interesting
stuff, vote to bury the boring/spam stuff. Most will have a browser widget that
you can add to make the process easier.
Instacomment is a
service allowing website owners to add an instant comment system to their
pages. Use it wherever you think comments would come in handy.
:: Webmaster Toolkit. This is just brilliant. Give it a URL and it goes away
and collects all the URLs and displays them for you to do a cut and paste.
PrintWhatYouLike is a free web page
editor that gives you control of how web pages look when printed.
Bar :: Firefox Add-ons. This is nice. It allows you to get rid of all of the
text for links, and just keep the favicon instead. As a result you can get up
to 50 links on the bookmark line rather than the 14 or so you can with use of
words as well.
Texty: The Simplest CMS.
It allows you to create some text and then it gives you a bunch of code that
you can put where you want. If you then want to go back and change the text,
simply change it at Texty and this gets reflected in all the places you've
copied the code to.
WebWait - Benchmark Your
Website. This is great - whack in a URL and this'll tell you how long the page
takes to load. Great for web designers.
WebMynd. This is a
resource that allows you to see your entire history - every page you visit.
It's a Firefox add on.
Pin in the map This
is a free service which lets you easily share maps of locations with your
friends via email or your website. Simply click on the map to mark a spot,
enter a bit of text if you want, and you get an easy link to the map to
Sticky Map. Do fun
things with a map. Let users add stuff.
Google maps to create your own list of locations
Feevy. Nice little
widgety thing - whack in your favourite blogs, they give you an HTML tag, you
add it to your blog and it'll display your friends blogs
have a bunch of free stuff there and a whole bunch of free widgets to make your
page a little livelier.
your inspiration. From the website: it is the best way to take and share
screenshots of web and screen based design.
another of the screenshot capture programs. Capture part of a page, manipulate,
store, blog it.
Screenshot!. Give it a URL and it'll grab a screenshot of the entire page,
top of the page and display it in various sizes.
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who I don't know have kindly made many recommendations as well.
Consequently you should exercise sensible caution
when trying these things out for yourself, and while I haven't included any
programs/utilities/resources that have any spyware or malware included in them
that I am aware of, I cannot take any responsibility for the utilities
Your choice, your responsibility.
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