Free Web Clipping Tools: Permanently Save Anything That You Find On The Internet

February 12, 2008

Free Web Clipping Tools: Permanently Save Anything That You Find On The Internet

The best online research tools for saving web clipping, images, text and other content from web pages to the hard drive or to your online account so you have access to your clipped information everywhere. We look at Onfolio, EverNote, OneNote, Google Notebook and Iterasi.

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Keepoint – IE web research free tool

January 15, 2008

Keepoint 7 Pro is a new class of web information management tools – a web research engine – which enables you to harness your carefully searched web information and get productive with it. It provides a complete suite of features for gathering, organizing, and sharing your valuable web research. It eliminates the costs otherwise involved in printing, filing, sorting, managing, and sometimes even losing important information. Keepoint turbocharges your research, making the internet a truly rich resource that it was envisioned to be.

Onfolio (only for IE) – free web research tool

January 13, 2008

Collect. Organize. Share.

Onfolio is the complete solution for collecting,
organizing and sharing online content.

Built into the browser, Onfolio is a convenient and familiar tool
that will make your web research more efficient and organized.
NEWS: Onfolio Acquired by Microsoft

New release of Onfolio free in the Windows Live Toolbar

March 8th, 2006, Microsoft announces the acquisition of Onfolio and the release of a new version of Onfolio with the Windows Live Toolbar. Please click on More to view acquisition information and review the new privacy policy.

Onfolio for Windows Live Toolbar

For personal and professional research

Easily organize web research and share it in emails, blogs and documents. Capture local copies of web content for reliable access. Find captured content with Windows Desktop Search.

Netsnippets – paid Web research tool – stop marketing

January 13, 2008

A few years ago an excellent Web research tool Netsnippets has been developed.

Typically when you search internet on “Web research tools” you get this tool as a result of search.

But on 2007 such an info (see below) has been published by Netsnippets team.

As of March 2007, we have decided to discontinue the development and marketing of the Net Snippets line of products. We will continue however to provide e-mail technical support to users who purchased the product in the past.

To all our customers, we thank you for your support over the years, it’s been a pleasure serving you. For those of you looking for a free online tool to help you snip and capture the web and organize your web research, try the eSnips Toolbar.

The Net Snippets team.

Scrapbook – Web research tool

January 12, 2008 is a Firefox extension, which helps you to save Web pages and easily manage collections. Key features are lightness, speed, accuracy and multi-language support. Major features are:
* Save Web page
* Save snippet of Web page
* Save Web site
* Organize the collection in the same way as Bookmarks
* Full text search and quick filtering search of the collection
* Editing of the collected Web page
* Text/HTML edit feature resembling Opera’s Notes
Works with:

  • Firefox Firefox: 2.0 – 3.0b3

Install Now

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Version — January 8, 2008 — 213 KB

Zotero – Free Web research tool

January 12, 2008

Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use Firefox extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work — in the web browser itself.

The tool is very easy to install and use. It is recommended for students and other users.