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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Interesting direction from Jelly, "injecting" itself with a long-standing habit: searching on Google. If this really takes off, it's hard not to see Google incorporating more social signals like this. That said, Google+ never really took off. The landing page on Jelly's site doesn't seem to work yet but I found the Chrome Web Store link.
Nathan Sudds
Nathan Sudds@nathansudds · Founder,ActiveLabs & Coach,
@rrhoover The chrome webstore link you posted didn't seem to be working, so here's another one for anyone who else who was having trouble - Also the "Get It" link goes to a 404 "uh oh we can't find that page" error on the Jelly site. Update: If you choose "chrome" in the Get It link it will work but the main Get It link doesn't as well as the link in the comment above.
Ben Finkel
Ben FinkelMaker@finkel · Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@rrhoover Here's the working landing page:
Andrew Crookston
Andrew Crookston@acr · Developer and Entrepenur
@rrhoover evernote's been doing this for ages. It's an interesting concept but how much does it help?
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
Love that Jelly is not also a Chrome extension! 💫
RoryBroHiring@rorybro · CEO,
If you're not using Jelly, you're not asking the right questions. V cool update and can't wait for more @finkel and @biz
Gary Fung
Gary Fung@garyfung · Creator of isoHunt & WonderSwipe
How is Jelly different from Quora?
Ben Finkel
Ben FinkelMaker@finkel · Cofounder & CTO at Jelly
@garyfung Here's a quick explanation from @biz:
Emanuele Ricci
Emanuele Ricci@stermi · I get excited about bleeding edge tech
"Get it" link will bring to a 404 page :(