Thursday, February 9, 2012

Clipix a New Way to Organize Your Digital Life

I hate missing the boat on the next cool website.  clipix is a new website that allows you to organize your life. The other day my sister asked me if I know how to make plastic custom buttons.   I could have sworn I just saw a tutorial for this months ago but am unable to find the link.  Don't you hate it when that happens? In this digital age where we see so many articles, images, recipes, clipix solves the problem of not having a good way to save and organize them. You can use clipix to save everything you find online, share it with friends and come back to it later.
There are different privacy settings on clipix.  So you can keep some of your personal Clips to yourself.
clipix is simple to use. You simply drag a bookmark called the "Clip" button to your bookmarks bar. When you're browsing a website and see something you love you can just click on the bookmark to "Clip" it.
I have already started filling my boards with recipes and craft ideas.  This is truly addicting.  Here initial Clips, I know these boards will get filled up soon.
As a software developer, I can tell that the creators of clipix put a lot of thought into your interface and usability.  This site is not only fast but easy to use.
I hope you guys try clipix, it will help you organize your digital life.
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  1. It looks just like Pinterest to me too... I guess there's not privacy settings on pinterest, but other than that it seems the same to me.

  2. I'd never heard of this. It does look like pinterest but the privacy setting really interests me. I'm always coming across things that I want to pin as presents for Christmas/birthdays etc but I can't because all my gift recipients follow my pinterest account! I can use this for my 'gift board' now. Thanks for the heads up.

  3. Agreed! I wish I could private pin on Pinterest. I think this one might make it easier to keep articles and things too, not just pictures, but I'm not sure.

  4. At first I thought "Pinterest clone" too, but I was intrigued by the privacy settings so I checked it out... and got totally hooked! I really like the privacy and the fact that it's not just images. If I want to save an article or even a word doc or PDF I can just type a couple of words to appear where the image would be. Sometimes this is even more useful than an image is at jogging my memory and reminding me why I saved something.


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