Just released: ClipMarks, new bookmarking and annotation service

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I sit down with Eric Goldstein, co-founder of ClipMarks, to talk about his new company and service (shipping a new version this morning). It’s a cool way to annotate or bookmark pieces of content on Web pages. Very useful.

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6 Responses to “Just released: ClipMarks, new bookmarking and annotation service”

  1. Introducing ClipMarks 2.0… « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] Introducing ClipMarks 2.0… 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. […]

  2. David Lesser Says:

    I am very proud of your accomplishment. Keep up the good work.

  3. Hashbrown on the Mic » Blog Archive » Clipmarkking ClipMarks Says:

    […] Introducing ClipMarks 2.0…video demo nowup 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: INTERVIEW: Filed under: Web 2.0 @ 8:11 am # […]

  4. Updates: Clipmarks and Lijit at Not So Relevant Says:

    […] There is a short demo explaining most features on the site. Also Robert Scoble has two videos up on PodTech, an interview with Eric Goldstein and a demo of Clipmarks. […]

  5. Em Says:

    BS intro story about clips. He ripped off delicious. At least give them props.

  6. David F. Flanders Says:

    I do think there is room in the market for clipmarks, bookmarks and blogging, just like there is room for tools such as highlighters, dog-ears and notes-in-the-margin: all of which are a form of annotation. Now how we use these digital annotation tools in our workflow is another matter all together. Some initial ideas on my blog under ‘annotation’ tag.

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