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Top 10 Useful Bookmarklets

Top 10 Useful Bookmarklets

Having a good set of bookmarklets on your browser’s toolbar is like having a web-savvy Leatherman handy—you can take them anywhere, use them in many situations, and they just simply work. A bookmarklet is a little different than a plain old bookmark—it’s a snippet of JavaScript that can perform all…

Google Reader Adds Shared Notes, Non-Feed Page Capture

Google Reader Adds Shared Notes, Non-Feed Page Capture

Google adds yet another social-ish function, “Notes,” to its Reader feed-browsing tool. The practical use comes from a new bookmarklet that posts whatever page you’re looking at to your shared Reader items, with your own notes attached. You can also post notes with no link at all to be shared…

Get Kind-Of Copy and Paste on your iPhone/iPod Touch

Get Kind-Of Copy and Paste on your iPhone/iPod Touch

One of the first things that stood out about my new iPod Touch’s browser interface was the lack of a copy/paste function—and it really stuck out when sending email or filling out forms. Quasi Clipboard, a bookmarklet for the iPhone and iPod Touch, isn’t a copy/paste fix, but it’s a…