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RyanHunter@ryandawidjan · product+biz NYC
Found this to be really interesting - example. http://qvotr.com/ryandawidjan I've dabbled with Delicious back in the day, Pocket from time to time, messy browser bookmarks...what makes QVOTR potentially stand out in a daily workflow is that it 1. serve as a clean public facing "what's on top of my mind" profile 2. it brings up the notion that "if it isn't worth saving a quote/idea/sentence from a piece of media, is it worth saving at all?"
ryan borker@borker · Founder, Shortlist and Hisabo Tea
This is great for ideas in a scrap book. Seems eventually destined to be an input editor for trello / keep / evernote / etc. The public facing profile is interesting though.
Austen Allred@austenallred · co-founder, Lambda School (YC S17)
I love this. My favorite part of reading on my Kindle is that what I highlight stays with me. I will use this all the time.
Austen Allred@austenallred · co-founder, Lambda School (YC S17)
As an aside, I would *love* a way to "repin" other people's quotes.
Kevin AlbrechtMaker@onlyafly · CTO Betalo.com, co-creator Qvotr.com
@austenallred One of the creators here. Glad to hear you find it useful. We've been thinking about the best way to add something like repinning, it will be coming soon!
Kevin AlbrechtMaker@onlyafly · CTO Betalo.com, co-creator Qvotr.com
@austenallred We added this today!
Anton Troynikov@atroyn · http://troynikov.io
Neat, like kindle's highlight feature but for the web.
Chad Mazzola@deleted-102919 · Starting something new
@atroyn Exactly. We want to keep the Kindle Highlight-like part of the product super fast and convenient and pair that with a great discovery and curation experience.
Anton Troynikov@atroyn · http://troynikov.io
@ubuwaits I like that the linkback to the original content is pretty seamless - I'm kind of wondering if there's some way this could work with http://genius.com/ as well, so that people can collaboratively annotate 'pins' from a... quoteboard? And then the annotations show up back at the original content source.