Introducing ClipMarks 2.0…video demo now up

It’s not usual when I can get videos up of two companies breaking news (Ning and ClipMarks) all in the same night, but here’s the videos of ClipMarks: interview with Eric Goldstein, co-founder, and demo of ClipMarks by Eric.

I’m off to the Adobe Engage event, more later.

UPDATE: Rafe Needleman has more on ClipMarks here. TechMeme has more about ClipMarks 2.0 here.

DEMO:

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INTERVIEW:

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Author: Robert Scoble

Scoble gives you a front-row seat on the future. Especially on platforms that use the fourth user interface, spatial computing, like virtual reality or mixed reality that will come soon thanks to his own front-row seat as entrepreneur in residence at UploadVR.com and his past experience as futurist at Rackspace. Best place to find Scoble? On his Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/scobletechnology/

Comments

  1. Ummm… the plugin doesn’t give me a button in Firefox (not even hiding in the Customize… button/command well), and the website doesn’t remember my login, even after I check the “remember my login” box.

    Seems more like ClipMarks 0.5 to me.

    What ever happened to QA, people??

  2. Ummm… the plugin doesn’t give me a button in Firefox (not even hiding in the Customize… button/command well), and the website doesn’t remember my login, even after I check the “remember my login” box.

    Seems more like ClipMarks 0.5 to me.

    What ever happened to QA, people??

  3. In the name of doing-one-thing-and-doing-it-well, go try Citebite.com instead. It is far more elegant, doesn’t require registration, and offers a Web UI, bookmarklet, and a Firefox extension. You just create a citation link and go use it however you want. No need for the gratuitous social stuff as that territory is well-covered by other apps that Clipmarks simply will not catch up with. Like their former offering, Clipmarks 2.0 appears confused and over-funded.

  4. In the name of doing-one-thing-and-doing-it-well, go try Citebite.com instead. It is far more elegant, doesn’t require registration, and offers a Web UI, bookmarklet, and a Firefox extension. You just create a citation link and go use it however you want. No need for the gratuitous social stuff as that territory is well-covered by other apps that Clipmarks simply will not catch up with. Like their former offering, Clipmarks 2.0 appears confused and over-funded.

  5. Citebite, ilighter, etc etc. There seem to be a million apps that do the same thing, and many of them simply do it BETTER. Sorry. The whole story of the lawyer trying to be a software service maven never happened, and true again in this case, probably never will. No vision, dude. It sounds like a complete stereotype, but that’s why they are stereotypes… true in most cases. Not gonna happen.

  6. Citebite, ilighter, etc etc. There seem to be a million apps that do the same thing, and many of them simply do it BETTER. Sorry. The whole story of the lawyer trying to be a software service maven never happened, and true again in this case, probably never will. No vision, dude. It sounds like a complete stereotype, but that’s why they are stereotypes… true in most cases. Not gonna happen.