bookmarking

  • Stash’s app is a better way to bookmark the web

    Stash’s app is a better way to bookmark the web

    There are a number of ways to save links from the web for later access, whether that’s marking articles to read later via apps like Instapaper or Pocket, pinning shopping inspiration to Pinterest, creating playlists on YouTube or even just using a browser’s bookmarking feature. But a new app called Stash, available for both iOS and Android, wants to offer a better link-saving… Read More

  • Soulmix Wants To Bring Back Social Bookmarking

    Soulmix Wants To Bring Back Social Bookmarking

    Can social bookmarking make a comeback? In the web 2.0 era, services like Delicious and Diigo were at the height of their popularity, as sort of pre-cursors to the more specialized social networking platforms that later evolved as better tools to save and share specific kinds of media: Pinterest, for inspirational imagery and links; We Heart It for photos; Twitter for news-y links and… Read More

  • Dragdis Takes Its Simple Drag-And-Drop Bookmarking Service Out Of Beta

    Dragdis Takes Its Simple Drag-And-Drop Bookmarking Service Out Of Beta

    Bookmarking just got interesting again. Dragdis, a slick Chrome extension that lets you quickly save anything, including text, photos, videos, links and more just by dragging and dropping, is now taking its service out of beta, and introducing support for a number of social networks and cloud services. The idea behind the tool is to be as simple as traditional bookmarking, but instead of… Read More

  • There’s Life Left In Delicious Yet

    There’s Life Left In Delicious Yet

    For a long time, the web-based social bookmarking service Delicious was a poster child for the Web 2.0 movement. It was open, collaborative and full of the tags and user-generated content that made VCs instinctively open up their checkbooks at the time. It’s been 10 years, since the service opened to the public – then still running on the del.icio.us domain – and while… Read More

  • Pinterest Appeals To Publishers With New Article Pins, Pushes To Become A Bookmarking & “Read It Later” Service

    Pinterest Appeals To Publishers With New Article Pins, Pushes To Become A Bookmarking & “Read It Later” Service

    Only days after announcing the launch of ads, social networking site Pinterest is now making an appeal to publishers: the company is today rolling out an updated “article” pin type, designed to expand Pinterest’s reach beyond those pinning photographs or product images linking to e-commerce sites, to those also interested in saving and sharing stories they’re finding… Read More

  • Delicious Becomes A Bit More Social Again, Adds Twitter And Facebook Logins

    Delicious Becomes A Bit More Social Again, Adds Twitter And Facebook Logins

    It’s recently been very quiet around Delicious, the social bookmarking service Yahoo bought in 2005 and then sold to AVOS in 2011. Back then, the AVOS team said it was relaunching Delicious “back to beta,” but Delicious hasn’t made all that many waves since then, nor has it added all that many features to the relaunched service. But after four months of slumber, the… Read More

  • Digital Content Organizer Clipix Goes Beyond Bookmarks, Adds New Features To Save And Organize Email

    Digital Content Organizer Clipix Goes Beyond Bookmarks, Adds New Features To Save And Organize Email

    Clipix, a bookmarking service that lets you organize links, documents, photos and videos, just announced that it is adding email to its repertoire of supported formats. Users can now forward their emails to a private Clipix address to save and organize their messages. This, the company says, will help its users ” to instantly bookmark and organize emails they would like to revisit… Read More

  • Web Clipping Service Clipboard Targets Evernote: Adds Note Creation, File Uploads

    Web Clipping Service Clipboard Targets Evernote: Adds Note Creation, File Uploads

    Web-clipping service Clipboard, which recently underwent a major redesign, is tweaking things yet again. While previously, the company focused only on serving as an outlet where users could clip web content, organize it, and share it with others, today’s update now allows users to import local content, specifically images and text files, and create rich text notes online. Read More

  • Web Clipping Service Clipboard Arrives On iPhone, Adds Shared Boards For Groups

    Web Clipping Service Clipboard Arrives On iPhone, Adds Shared Boards For Groups

    Clipboard, the recently launched web clipping service with the Pinterest-like layout, is today debuting version 2.0, which brings a website redesign, several new features, and the debut of the Clipboard iOS application. The new app allows users to create and share their clips from their phone, as well as browse through the public clips from others on the service. Although designed for… Read More