Clipboard has been acquired by salesforce.com.
The Clipboard service was discontinued on June 30th 2013.
If you exported your clips, here are some services that will
help you keep saving and sharing the web:
- Scrible is
focused on making research on the web easier by allowing you
to mark-up web pages and collaborate. They have an importer
that will keep all of the HTML in your clips intact, including
dynamic items like movies and slide shows.
allows you to save notes, links, pictures and files, organize
them into boards, and collaborate with others. They are
offering expedited registration to Clipboard users (the site
is currently in closed beta) and are in the process of
building an import tool.
is a Clipboard-like service that allows you to save and
organize content from around the web, with an emphasis on
collaboration. They have an import tool ready.
bills itself as a "camera for the web" that lets you snap any
portions of web pages and stitch the pieces together. They
offer an importer for Clipboard users.
- Etceter is a
service with a mission similar to Clipboard's. You can use it
to save videos, photos, links and documents and organize them
using "Boxes" and "Pills", as they call them. Their importer
for Clipboard users is ready.
- Favebucket is, in
their own words, "the assistant that helps you save, recollect
and share your favorites." They have a Clipboard importer
which is accessed via the settings pane (red triangle).
- Memit offers a Clipboard
importer, which they say "preserves the full layout of clips
imported from Clipboard — boards are turned nicely into