, Sept 23, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Diigo has upgraded its service (and its Chrome-only browser extension) and is to my mind becoming a serious player in the learning support system landscape. Basically what it has done is combine it's rich content collection and sharing service to social networking and collaboration applications. "Pronounced as Dee'go, it is an abbreviation for "Digest of Internet Information, Groups and Other stuff." You see, we especially like the "Other stuff" part, which gives us an open mandate to relentlessly innovate and provide better and better value to our users." Regular OLDaily readers are probably familiar with Diigo - we've used it to support our online courses. But it it's new to you, do take a look. See also: Doing More and Learning More with Diigo.

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