Tag Archives: Web annotation

Getting on the Social Trail

By | September 2, 2006

More reports of social annotation tools — services that allow you to not just bookmark sites but share those bookmarks, and other bits and pieces with them. This one from the highly readable Read/Write Web, just down the road from me in NZ: There are a plethora of bookmarking sites out there and only a few of them… Read More »

Boingling Along

By | June 14, 2006

Another social annotation tool, this time called Boingle, put together by Greg Martin, who writes: Boingle is a stripped down social annotation system that lets you annotate within web pages with the result being a simple markup (“Boingles (2)”) that looks as though it belongs in the page, much as a link titled “Comments (4)” looks normal within… Read More »

A Directory of Social Annotation Tools

By | March 11, 2006

Update July 24 2006: Diigo is now live, combining “Social Bookmarking, Web Highlighter, Sticky-Note & Clipping to make it a powerful tool for online research, collaboration and information discovery”. Looks good; I’d be interested in hearing how people get on with it. Social annotation, sometimes called web annotation, is back. Put simply, it’s software that allows users to… Read More »

Website Annotation Is Back?

By | March 16, 2005

Techdirt points to an effort by Slate’s Paul Boutin  to Make Website Annotation Cool Again. As Techdirt points out, this idea — where surfers can add their comments to websites so that others who use the same annotation software can view them, and add their own comments — is not new. (The semi-official term is Web Annotation.) I… Read More »