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. Anonymous4:00 AM

    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. Anonymous1:54 PM

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

    Hope to see you around the clipiverse!