Diigo

I was disappointed with Blogger, had good and bad experiences with Furl, was impressed with WordPress, have spent some time working with Plone and Drupal, opened this blog around a year ago — but didn’t find the time to do anything meaningful with it.

Then … I discovered Diigo.

Diigo is transforming the way in which I collect and share information. Amongst its exceptionally neat features, Diigo interacts with systems such as WordPress … so I’m (a) posting my first proper blog entry and (b) writing something about myself

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