Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Firefox Addon To Try: Clipmarks

Today I came across Clipmarks, a Firefox plugin, while looking for the CSSViewer Plugin (which, by the way, is an awesome plugin which every developer who touches CSS should be using).

The Clipmarks idea is a really cool one - when looking at a page, you can tag bits of to create a clipmark. These clipmarks are then stored, annotated and shared on a central server. You can even add a clipmark-roll to your blog so that people can see what your surfing and clipping.

I haven't had a practical reason to use the plugin yet, but from what I can tell, it's really well done and should be handy. A kind of easy to use scratch pad.

I've started a Top Ten Must Have Firefox Addons list. How sad is that I don't even use 10 addons - how ungeeky can you get?

Click here to get add your suggestions to this list.


  1. If you like those, you'll love Firebug.

    It provides CSS and DOM property viewers, js REPL, simple JS debugger and most importantly, a viewer that shows AJAX requests and responses.

  2. Hey Ben. Wanted to drop by and say thanks for the kind words about Clipmarks.

    Hope to see you around the clipiverse!




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