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Posted by: on Jan 30, 2008 | No Comments

Yet another basic function from desktop OS is turned into a web service. Social copy-and-paste?

ControlC is an interesting new site that takes normal copy and pasting (Ctrl-C) and runs it through a web service.

At its most basic, after you create an account and install the software, any time you hit Ctrl-C, the information is saved to the ControlC website as well as your local clipboard, as simple text or as a URL link if what you’ve copied is a link.

I’m still trying to decide if this is clever or not.
ControlC: Turning Cut & Paste Into A Web Service

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