I have tried many bookmarking services for research before, but I have settled for a few favorites. I love Diigo’s content curation capabilities, Pocket for mobile content, Pinterest for my addiction to eye candy and EduClipper for education. What if I told you there is a new FREE service that combines features from all of these into one.
Welcome to Annotary a new service that allows you to highlight content from the web, create collections of the best stuff you find and share it with students, colleagues, family and friends. They have made it real easy for you to bookmark your finds, and have extensions for both Chrome, and Firefox. You can highlight webpages and take notes. The pages stay highlight and they are added to a collection to be shared with others. You can also explore their site and see what other users have been bookmarking. They also have a built-in search engine that searches all of the collections in Annotary. Sharing can be done on all major social networks or through an e-mail. What do you think? I like it so far. So go ahead highlight the web and share your notes. Watch the demo video below and post your comments. Learn more about Annotary by visiting their website at http://annotary.com/