Delicious – A bookmarking system that is unique in that you don’t create your own folders or lists. You can access your bookmarks from any computer with internet access. Tag your bookmarks and they will organize themselves. You can share any list with your friends, and the most popular sites will bubble up.
Diigo – This site is a collection of tools. It began with site bookmarking and has all the features of Delicious. It has been gradually improved and expanded to include other functions that are not just good for organization but for collaboration with others. It now has highlighting, sticky notes, group based collaboration research, personal learning network, and the ability to collect and organize anything and to access it from anywhere (like Evernote and Springpad).
Evernote – Use this free tool to save your ideas, things you like, things you see and want to remember. Then find them on any computer, phone or device you use. You can save web clips, documents, voice memos, email, or pdf. Tag your notes for organization.
Gmail – Best web mail available that works with Google Tasks and Google Calendar, saving you time! Clink the link to read Google’s top ten reasons why you should use Gmail as your personal email.
Google Calendar – An online calendar that can be accessed with your mobile phone or browser. Keep all your important dates in one place organizing them with separate colour coding. View all your events or only the events associated with one aspect of your life, ie. your fitness training schedule or your English homework and assignments. Create or use your google account to activate and use. Your teacher can share their course calendar with you, so the course assignments and homework can be displayed when you login to your Google calendar.
Google Tasks – Just click and type to add new tasks, set due dates or add notes, and (most satisfyingly) check them off as you’re done. Your task list stays up to date no matter how you access it. It’s a simple list that’s with you everywhere you go. You can add a task while in Gmail or Google Calendar.
linoit – A free stickies and canvas service that can be accessed from anywhere you can access the web. Receive reminders by dating your stickies.
LiveBinders – A three-ring binder for the Web to collect your resources and organize them neatly. You can share your binders with others.
My Xmarks – Free bookmarking plug-in for your web browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Explorer) that will automatically sync with your online account meaning you can access your bookmarks from any computer with internet access. Your bookmarks will always be synced no matter what computer you are using. Also, if you install the plugin on every computer you use, the bookmarks will be synced on all machines.
Springpad -Bookmark? Picture? Take a quick note? All of the above? Now you can. All in one place. And all easily accessible.Whether on your computer or from your phone, Springpad is a free app that helps you remember stuff today — places, websites, books, recipes, ideas, anything — so you can make better decisions tomorrow. Similar to Evernote, however, it claims to be better because it automatically organizes your comments as it produces the tags for you.