Clip2Net – Web clipping tool

April 2, 2008

Clip2Net  

Clip2Net is a free and simple screenshot program with built-in Web uploading for screenshots AND image files. Select a specific part of your desktop area and it upload to the Internet for free. You will receive a link to the image and code to use for publishing image on your blog, forum, or Web site. Drag your files into the Clip2Net Drop Zone or paste them from your clipboard to upload instantly.

Features

* Capture, annotate, and share screenshots online or save them to your PC.
* Upload and store PC files online by simply dragging them on top of the Clip2net drop box.
* Upload images and files that are stored in the Windows Clipboard.
* Get embed codes at the end of each upload session.
* View upload progress via status bar.
* Windows PCs only.

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EverNote – find on the Web, select, capture and retieve any type of info

March 22, 2008

A few days ago I had started testing and using a very interesting tool Evernote http://www.evernote.com/about/ .

Main features

Whether you’re an organizational pro or can’t spell GTD, with EverNote you can capture what you like and find it anytime. Our intuitive UI and advanced recognition allow you to capture and search through
notes,
mobile phone snapshots,
webpage clips,
images of printed and handwritten text,
emails,
passwords,
brainstorms,
sketches,
documents,
and much, much more.

EverNote lets you…

  • Create notes with text, snapshots, web clips, handwriting, and digital ink
  • Sync snapshots from your mobile phone or PDA
  • Search through text, images, notes, and more
  • Share your notes with friends via email and IM
  • Use Google Desktop Search® to quickly find notes
  • Organize and categorize notes manually or automatically

What’s new in EverNote 2.2

  • Improved search for printed and handwritten text within images
  • Auto-import snapshots from your camera phone
  • Google Desktop Search® compatibility
  • Universal Clipper with image markup
  • Open, arrange, and edit notes in separate windows
  • Basic image editing right inside EverNote
  • Product feature comparison