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Diigo -- a GREAT tool to organize your travel research

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I'm really excited about this website i found!

You sign up for an account, and it organizes all the information you send it to it by tags.

For instance, you're reading an article/thread on Bologna. You find a paragraph you want to take note of, so instead of cutting/pasting it onto a word document, you click on your Diigo toolbar to get the highlighter pen. You highlight the paragraph, then click bookmark with a "bologna" tag, and it goes straight to your bologna file on your diigo account!

It's really easy to use, and a dream if you're organizing a trip that includes different locations!

Check it out:
diigo.com
Hope someone else finds it as useful as I have!

I also re-discovered TRIPIT.COM this summer. It is much more user-friendly now than it was when it first started. LOVE that website, too.

dina

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