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Clipmarks opens up sharing platform, adds multinetwork widgets

Syndicate your social bookmarked content with Clipmarks' new ClipCast feature.

By December 13, 2007

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At long last, Forbes Media acquires Clipmarks

Online arm of business news publisher has purchased the New York-based social-bookmarking site, which focuses on "clippings" of other Web sites.

By November 7, 2007

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Forbes may acquire social bookmarking site Clipmarks

A VentureBeat story announces the acquisition, but Clipmarks execs are surprisingly candid in saying that it's still very tentative and very much in the works.

By August 7, 2007

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Clipmarks: Tiny nibbles of Web content

Web pages too big and clumsy for you? Clipmarks let you bookmark just words.

By February 27, 2007

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15 useful Firefox extensions for bloggers

If you're looking for ways to improve your blogging efficiency, look no further than these browser add-ons. From SEO information to search help, we have you covered.

By May 12, 2009

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CopyTaste makes tiny URLs for your secrets

Create and share blog posts and data dumps with CopyTaste, a simple and free service for anonymous posting.

By March 2, 2009

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Seven worthy Google Notebook replacements

With this week's news that Google Notebook is no longer getting any development updates, it might be time to look elsewhere. We've got you covered.

By January 16, 2009

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Clipping via bookmarklet service Snipd launches

Snip things with nothing more than a bookmarklet using Snipd. It works on photos, videos, and text and goes into a stream other people can follow.

By October 30, 2008

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Two smart productivity tools from the TC50 demo pit: Snipd and 2pad

Get things done with two tools that help you clip and view media in the cloud. Snipd lets you grab things from the Web, and 2pad lets you view it later.

By September 8, 2008

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Why old media is running scared of Google

That's a big reason behind of spate of old media-new media pairings in the last year. But is it a strategy that will be enough to restrain Google's growing appetite?

By May 16, 2008