I tried Diigo, but it always, ALWAYS, logged med out.
Having to log in again doing every damn thing on the web didn't suit my style.
But Dia certainly isn't.
I haven't used it recently, but the last time i did, switching from inches to millimeters were an afterthought that made the program crash.
At least it didn't mimic Microsoft Works!
Have anyone created a mockup or defined such a redesign? I for one have a hard time imagining it being much different.
Good of them to do something with photos. But what i really wish they did was to turn the circle concept on it's heads.
Content should be put in circles instead of people. As an example I like to follow Linus Torvalds, but only for Linux related stuff - if they allowed linus to put his Linux content in Linux circles, and Diving stuff in Diving circles, and then allowed me to follow the content i like, then we could talk about managing information.
Pinterest is splitting it the right way, but are only focused on pictures. I want google+ to do it for content.
I'm sorry to have to correct you: It's GLONASS, not Glasnost. There's quite a difference.
.gov/.edu seem to still have integrity
Not as a global concept.
Most of the worlds educational and military institutions are not allowed to get one of these.
In europe we've had TV's for the last decade that does both standards...
The sole reason that this went through was because the defendent did not try to shoot down the evidence (by creating his own false screenshots as an argument of their validity etc.)
This was taken up by the famous "fake screenshot creaters" that popped up after that trial.
The 11 is for people with the pride of a 10 and the pocketbook of an 8. -- R.B. Greenberg [referring to PDPs?]