Diigo takes over Furl

For a few years I have used Furl as my personal bookmarking tool.
Del.icio.us had a better user interface, published much more pleasant RSS and HTML, but it lacked one feature — cached copies of web content.

Now, Diigo is taking over Furl. It was announced a week ago, Furl is no longer taking new bookmarks, and my old data is now migrating into Diigo (probably without cached content, but we’ll see).

I’m hopeful about its personal usefulness: Diigo goes support cached pages, and seems to be pretty flexible in its other connections to the world. There’s yet-another superfluous social networking database that I’ll be ignoring.

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