I’m continuing to use Diigo to save and tag my Internet website finds, and have Diigo cross-post my entries to del.icio.us, but there are two specific things I haven’t been able to do with Diigo which are frustrating. Perhaps others can provide some help with these situations.
My first difficulty involves saving the URL to an online PDF file directly. I have the Diigo toolbar installed in both Flock and Firefox, but neither of these browsers (on the Mac side) will open a PDF file directly. Instead, they utilize helper applications to view PDFs. With del.icio.us, I can click the “post” link and then manually enter the URL for a PDF file, and save it to my social bookmarks that way. I don’t see a similar option in Diigo, and I can’t use the Diigo toolbar in my PDF helper application (Preview.) The article I’m trying to save today is “Blended Learning: The Convergence of Online and Face-to-Face Education” from NACOL. Help! Any ideas or suggestions?
My second difficulty involves wanting to use Diigo on my iPhone like I’ve used del.icio.us. Is this possible? I used the browser-neutral “post to del.icio.us” link previously on my iPhone and that worked great, but I don’t know of a link that will work like this on my iPhone.
If you have suggestions or workarounds for either of these situations, I’d love to hear your ideas!
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