Web Annotations

I read a lot of interesting stuff on the Open Web.

Until recently, I mostly used Evernote and Adobe Acrobat to annotate, organize, and take notes on my readings. However, a few months ago I discovered Hypothesis, and it changed the way I read on the web.

Hypothes.is is a free, open-sourced tool that can be downloaded as an extension for your browser. It allows you to highlight and annotate on any text on any webpage, to save those notes on a personal profile, and to choose if you want your notes to be public or private. It’s an awesome and powerful tool for educators, students, teachers, researchers and anyone who spends too much time on the web.

I will not be able to embed a feed of my annotations until I self-host this website, however, you can follow them here