"Amazon itself lets readers share their highlights and clippings through a feature called “Public Notes,” and it’s possible the company is cracking down on competing services like Findings in an effort to promote its own service. Considering that “Public Notes” is relatively under the radar, that seems somewhat unlikely. But the new Sony Reader lets users share passages through Evernote, and Amazon may be planning to make its own sharing features more robust.Betaworks’ Findings shifts to web clipping, as Amazon bans Kindle clips — Tech News and Analysis
Finally, Amazon simply may not want third-party apps accessing Kindle highlights. If so, we should expect to see services like Evernote cutting off that functionality soon."
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Betaworks’ Findings shifts to web clipping, as Amazon bans Kindle clips — Tech News and Analysis
A clipping business model clipped by Amazon