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A few days ago my Informatics 103 professor was teaching us about different ways we could bookmark while using the browser of our choice. One of these extensions out shined the others: Diigo. This app makes it way easier to bookmark from any computar or mobile device with amazing features such as sticky notes, highlighters and more.
How does Diigo work? Again, it’s super easy! All you have to do is create an account on their website, download the extension to your browser and finally, start bookmarking! The best part of all is that your library sources can be public and shared with your friends. If you’re not sure if you want to share them yet, just make them private and keep it to yourself.
If you want to see how it works, you can visit my profile and check out the sources I’ve saved:
- Everyday examples of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
- Augmented reality vs. Virtual reality – what’s the difference?
- A simple explanation of “the internet of things.”
- What is the dark web?
I highly recommend this extension and I hope it’s useful for everyone.