February 15, 2007
I feel I should let readers of this blog know about a web tool I have been using for some time now. Clipmarks is one of many bookmarking sites available today (others include del.icio.us and blinklist). Two features make Clipmarks stand out: 1) the fact that you can (and are in fact encouraged to) "clip" small portions of interesting articles, instead of saving the whole article, and 2) the dynamic community that debates, reffers, and "pops" each entry.
Clipmarks has been perfect for me as I endeavor to keep up with several news articles at once, with the busy schedule that I keep here. It also helps me to refine my opinions and hone my arguments before I post on a given topic, as communicating with the Clipmarks crowd is definitely NOT "preaching to the choir".
If you are a news junkie, a researcher, a blogger, or a missionary looking to keep up on events without reading article after article (ahem), Clipmarks is for you. One of my favorite features is the My Topics section, where any clip posted on selected subjects (in my case Brazil, Theology, Missions, Latin America, and Puppetry) shows up.
If you join, and want to look for my posts, do a search for "brazilnut72". Oh, and don't forget to install the browser extension. It makes things a lot easier.
Posted by Andrew on February 15, 2007 7:19 PM.