Paula Hane has written an excellent overview of two new releases in the web information management space. In her article: Two New Web Information Managers Debut at DEMO@15, Hane takes a look at Pluck 1.0 and OnFolio 2.0.
On Pluck 1.0:
Pluck 1.0 is now freely available as a browser plug-in for Microsoft Internet Explorer and as a Web-based service. The company plans to release a plug-in for the Mozilla Firefox browser in the spring, according to co-founder and CEO Dave Panos. The Web version works on any browser. Panos said, ?Pluck was created with the single goal of helping any individual take advantage of the Web?s latest capabilities, quickly, easily, and free of charge.?
On OnFolio 2.0:
Onfolio 2.0 extends the capture capabilities of the earlier version by adding an integrated, newspaper-style RSS reader that runs within Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. Combining RSS feed reading, local capture, and personal Web publishing in a single application, Onfolio puts all information together in an easy-to-read and easily searchable format that helps users build sources of information, organize that data, and share it with others. Additionally, the company announced that it has partnered with Feedster to bring persistent Web searching capabilities into the new release of Onfolio 2.0.
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