Diigo is a CNET Webware 100 finalist!

We’re excited to announce that Diigo has been nominated as a finalist for the Webware 100 2009 Awards put on by CNET in the Browsing categoryFor Diigo listed among major platforms like Firefox, Internet Explorer 8, Google Chrome /Readers, My Yahoo, and others is quite awesome!

The CNET Webware 100 is a round-up of outstanding Web 2.0 products and services, nominated by the readers. The Webware editors select 300 finalists out of about 5000 qualified submissions and invite readers to vote on the final picks.  10 out of 30 will be crowned as the best in class for each category.  This comes on the heels of our winning Mashable Open Web Awards last December for which we owe a HUGE thanks to all of our supporters that submitted votes on our behalf. Earlier Diigo was also recognized by CNET in its “Top 10 Research Tools” list, among Wikipedia, Google Search, Google Earth, etc.  We’d love to keep this momentum going and the voting for this is super easy (just one round 🙂

You can vote HEREOne vote allowed per person, per awards category. Voting will end on April 30, 2009, at noon Pacific Time, so be sure to vote right away, and spread the word to other fans of Diigo.

Thank you very much for your support!

6 thoughts on “Diigo is a CNET Webware 100 finalist!

  1. I tried to vote, but having registered as a CNet user, found CNet’s software to be ferociously messed up. I would be logged in on one page, and not be logged in on the next. I’d try logging in again, on the page that voting would take place on, only to find that the login only seemed to work on the site’s main page.

    Finally, I just said “to H*** with it”, and gave up. Sorry.

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