Engineering a New World

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Speaking of Engineering…

Ran across a gnarly little social bookmarking application today.  Called ClipClip, it allows you to clip out pieces of web pages an post them in related threads about a particular subject.  It saves HTML and images, as well as categories, and makes it quite easy to share a whole concept, as opposed to just linking to it.

For example, as you can see from previous posts and so forth, I’ve tried to get across the technology available in Scientology on the Scientology Handbook website.  Now, I can add links to pages I think are useful, but still – it’s a bit clumsy if you – the browser, have to wade through all my links and so forth.

However, just try going to ClipClip an typing, “Get Help” in the box of actions to do.  It will pull up a whole sequence of links I put together on the subject, which makes it easy to use these web resources to actually do something.

Just one more way one could use social bookmarking tools to help communicate on a topic – especially one which should be communicated about.


4 comments on “Speaking of Engineering…

  1. chao lam
    August 28, 2006

    Thanks for the nice review, and glad you’re enjoying clipclip!

  2. jetteroheller
    August 28, 2006

    Definitely enjoying it, actually. I think the user interface smokes, and is an incredibly easy way to share things. You don’t have to worry about regurgitating in text what a website says, or try to figure out some way to summarize it. You just clip and categorize. It’s good stuff.

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