There are several tools we've previously mentioned that let you mark up and save web pages, but Scrible has many annotation and research organisation features you might not find elsewhere.The free basic edition allows up to 125MB of storage. Like other web page markup tools, Scrible lets you highlight parts of a web page, add notes, and share your findings with others.
Some cool features that make Scrible stand out as a research tool:
- Select from 32 colours for highlighting and sticky notes (so you can view categories quickly at a glance)
- Make your own legends for organising your annotations by topic
- Export your notated content to an RTF or other document
- Manage your saved research with tags, sortable columns, etc. in an online organiser
The bookmarklet works in all browsers. Scrible is still in public beta, and the developers have a lot more planned, but it looks like they're off to a great start. Scrible may be a good alternative to the also very capable Diigo.