Posts Tagged ‘website bookmarking’

Add an Amplify It! Button to your site

October 11th, 2010

Enhanced sharing with offers a different content sharing ability than the regular options from the likes of AddThis and ShareThis. With, you are able to ‘Clip’ parts of web pages and share just those parts. also gives you a page of your share clips that you can also share with others and with members of the community.

An Amplify It! button

Add the Amplify It! button to your web site or blog so your visitors can share their favorite parts of your articles or blog posts all around the web. Sharing with Amplify will always include a link back to your post.

Try out the Amplify It! button


A small menu with various sharing options should appear on your screen. Click ‘Clip This Page’ to start clipping and sharing the content.

With WordPress integration

The Amplify Button Plugin for WordPress lets you add an Amplify button to each of your blog posts so your visitors can share their favorite parts all around the social web. Sharing with Amplify will always include a link back to your post.

Iterasi updates, adds Mac support and scheduler

August 26th, 2008


I like the idea behind Iterasi. i like the way it works and what can be used for.iterasi is a bookmarking service that not only stores the link of the site you bookmark, but the site itself in the state it was wen you found it. it captures it in time for you to revisit exactly like when you first found it. they have now added mac support and a time scheduler.

In terms of Widgets, iterasi got a very very basic set of offferings:

Iterasi Public Page Badge


A simple way to share the active linked  preview screenshot of a Iterasi saved page you can use for a posts or for a sidebar in a blog.

Iterasi Public Pages Widget Badge


Extremely basic iframe widget badge that looks like a BlogRoll for your saved public pages.

What could be next?

Given the recent craze for digital documents and the dynamic boorkmarking iterasi does. it would be great if they added a Public Page viewer widget. even in a iframe so you could make the iterasi experience truly portable. a saved page that could behave just like a digital document would be a nice evolution for something like iterasi.


Now i direct you to a already great rundown of the update by Sarah Perez over at RWW:

Iterasi Launches Mac Version, Scheduler

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