I recently was introduced to the free program Diigo, and was surprised at how much I enjoyed using it. I downloaded the special toolbar to my browser, and was impressed with how quickly and painlessly it worked in regards to saving websites you liked, or simply wanted to look at later. It's also a great way to archive in one place, a variety of different web pages with ideas for my future classroom. Ranging anywhere from: bulletin board decorating ideas, and classroom posters, to games and activities for any subject, and different classroom management tips or ways to use technology wisely in your classroom. I also liked that it allowed you to annotate and tag the bookmarks at the same time, so I could come back at a later date and be able to see why I saved the page, as well as view only pages from a certain category if I wished, through the tags. Overall I was very glad to have learned about this program, and found many great web pages while experimenting with it that I would not otherwise have known about, and look forward to utilizing in the future!