* webclip advice?

Posted on February 25th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Links.


Ugh, I just spent like 45 minutes retrieving all the linked photos I had saved in MyDecoFile at Domino.  Annoying.  Anybody have any good recommendations for a replacement?  Ideally it would let me save photos with the links attached, organize them, and browse them relatively painlessly.  Oh, and hopefully unlikely to go out of business in the next month.



5 Responses to “webclip advice?”

  1. Anne Says:

    Take a look at Evernote. It syncs with your computer so they are stored there, plus online and there’s an Evernote iPhone application so you can access them easily from your phone (or add notes while on the go).

  2. loriz Says:

    On tool that I love is the Firefox add-on called Scrapbook. It essentially takes a capture of the page, storing it on your hard drive, while maintaining the links.

  3. Sandy Says:

    i just found this the other day and while i have not used it yet, it looks promising.

    http://www.springpadit.com/springpads.php

  4. Kari Says:

    I like curbly but I don’t have much clipped over there yet…

  5. Amy Says:

    Months late on this comment, but just stumbled across your blog (via Megan’s NotMartha.org) and wanted to second EverNote. Truly awesome, awesome application.

    Fun reading! I’ve already run into a few crafty bits I’m going to try myself. Keep posting, please!

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