We hates it. We hates it to pieces! Rated 2 out of 5 stars
It makes me weep with sorrow when I think of the wasted potential of Diigo. Such a great idea, but executed so damned poorly.
The idea of Diigo is great, although I suspect that most of us are more interested in private bookmarking. The implementation, in a word, "sucks bigtime." Sorry; I guess that was two words.
It's barely usable.
First of all, half the time when I want to use it, the browser navigates away from the page I want to bookmark so I can log in to Diigo. And for what? Why won't it let me stay logged in to Dec 31 5150 if I care to? I want to stay logged in forever. Why force me to log in so much? And why navigate away from the page I intend to highlight/comment on? Why not open a new tab? HELLO???? We have these amazing things called tabs. USE THEM.
Secondly, the interface is awful. Wasted space. I just want to see my comment. Nothing else. I don't want to know that my comment was posted by "me". And I don't want to know that the comment is provided by "Diigo". The sticky notes need to be streamlined to be space-efficient, fast, and predictable. No margins. No borders. I just want to see my comment.
The sticky notes are unreliable. Sometimes different sticky notes get strung together. I have no idea why.
This is a great idea just waiting for a good implementation.