Once installed, the tools provide you access to highly useful web services like Diigo’s highlight/stickynote/bookmark toolbar (or Delicious),
Evernote’s web page clipper,
or HootSuite tweet page.
Easy access to these services is crucial when utilizing the iPad as an internet tool, especially at information-rich events like the ISTE Conference. While many of these services have separate apps, adding websites already displaying on a browser screen by leaving the browser is a pain. So instead, copy the scripts from the Bookmarklet Google Doc and save them in your own bookmarks on your iPad browser–it will save you a lot of time and effort when browsing the web.