Free Download Klippy for IE 1.8.1

March 23, 2011

I could not try this extension as I use IE9.

Klippy is an Internet Explorer extension for web information archive and organize.

It allows you to clip the most relevant content from any web pages and saves your clippings to a specified folder.

You can print out, save, share information with your friends via email.

Klippy is still building out the Smarter Bookmark Manager that will help users more easily access and manage knowledge through the network.

System Requirements:

Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8


Research tools links

December 26, 2010

Mery Christmas.

I propose to browse links about Web research and search tools. My comments I shall try to write after Christmas when I shall find a time to try them

http://www.fileguru.com/apps/research_ieee_papers_on_internet_security

http://informe.com/tools/tools_for_schools/

 


Memonic – a simple Web clipping application

July 19, 2010

Yesterday I have started to use a new Web clipping system Memonic

A short excerpt from the website

Our system, called memonic.com, helps you to remember the relevant parts of information you come across: The tool lets you easily collect all the important pieces of information during your day/work.

Once collected, you are able to access your knowledge in a natural, contextual and visual way anywhere, anytime and on any device. You may easily organize your items and either import them effortlessly to a number of other applications or simply distribute and share them with your colleagues and friends.

In brief it’s a system that can be likened to a Rolodex of the Internet: Virtual little cards holding bits and pieces of information for later use. Information becomes truly fluid.


Top 7 Semantic Search Engines As An Alternative To Google Search

May 5, 2010

When Web researching it ir very important to find the relevant information.  Try all 7 seven semantic search engines:

  • kngine
  • hakia
  • Kosmix
  • DuckDuckGo
  • Evri
  • Powerset (search in Wikipedia)
  • Truevert.

Firefox extensions list to help research

April 28, 2010

You can find a list of 10 Firefox extensions (adds_on) including a reference desk.

Reference Desk is good for students or anyone who needs to research information.

SimilarWeb, DeeperWeb, Scrapbook, ReadItLater. Meriam-Webster etc.


Research tools for journalists nona 2010

April 24, 2010

You will find different tools and tips how to use them. The presentation includes recommendations on search , e.g. Google and Twitter , RSS ,  Evernote and some other tools as well. Read more – see presentation


Shelfster – a new tool (compare with Evernote)

April 1, 2010

Today I’ve got an info about Shelfster comparing Evernote. I have read their website and asked for invitation to start testing.   Some info from

Shelfster vs Evernote — Well, Sort Of

“Shelfster is a free tool that attempts to bridge the gap between note taking/web clipping and annotation/social sharing. This is a good thing, because Evernote, as awesome as it is, just doesn’t share as well as it could. For example, if you want to share a single note in Evernote, the only way to do it is by email (or by email to a service like Ping.FM, but that’s a different post altogether). You can’t find information via Evernote, either, socially or otherwise — Evernote is mainly meant for note taking, and it does what it’s meant for extremely well. With Shelfster, both sharing and searching for information is pretty easy.”