Oct 16, 2011

Clipboard saving the web one clip at a time.
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Written by : Tom George| 0 | Content Curation

Via Scoop.itinternetbillboards

The main feature that separates Clipboard from the crowd is its ability to actually grab physical HTML and styles off the page, preserving them in the process. You can choose to clip any element that you find – in much the same way that the Google+ feedback tool works. This means you can grab a paragraph of text, an image from a webpage, or a physical interface element that you like the look of, giving a more granular level of control over the saved information. Rather than the traditional notion of saving an entire webpage you can simply clip the section of the page which interests you most.
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