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Archive for the ‘Bookmarking’ Category

Google and Your Personal New Page

In Bookmarking, Classroom tools, New Stuff on November 5, 2009 at 5:19 pm

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Thanks to Mashable for this update.

Google News is making it even easier to follow the latest stories on whatever subjects interest you. We are happy to announce our Custom sections directory, which gives users of some of our English-language editions the expanded ability to create comprehensive sections to put on their Google News home page or share with other users. –Google News Blog

Google News custom sections, launched today, empowers you to build your own section in their online newspaper rack. Now if you want to filter the news stories you see on the homepage, you can simply identify a few keywords, with assistance from Google label it, and create a custom view of news. You can also optionally publish your Google News section to a public custom news sections directly. –Jennifer Van Grove,


Live Binders

In Bookmarking, New Stuff, Web 2.0 on August 27, 2009 at 4:51 pm

Thanks to Free Technology for Teachers!

live binders

Live Binders displays your collected content in a tabbed, book-like format. You can create binders for as many topics as you like. Adding content to your Live Binder can be done by manually typing in the url of a webpage, upload files from your computer to your Live Binder, or add content through the Live Binders bookmarklet for Firefox and Internet Explorer. Live Binders has an excellent series of video tutorials to help you get started.

Read It Later

In Bookmarking, Web 2.0 on March 5, 2009 at 2:49 pm


Is a tool that saves your Internet pages for reading them later. Read It Later can be accessed in any internet browser. So even if you use Firefox at home, Internet Explorer at work, and an iPhone in between, Read It Later will be there.

Read It Later started as a Firefox extension and it’s still the main beef. The extension comes packed with lots of features to make saving and reading pages insanely efficent.

With the Offline Reading Mode built into the Read It Later Firefox extension, you’ll be able to read the items you’ve saved on the plane, train, or anywhere.

Bonzo Box

In Bookmarking on January 21, 2009 at 6:57 pm


Bonzo Box is a interactive bookmarking tool that instantly saves your favorite websites as real-time images and saves you time by clicking through your favorite websites without having to retype your log-in information. You can share websites in a fun and interactive way.