Clipping Path Service
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Not trying to spam you, just thought you might be interested.
As an amateur photographer I found myself saving lots of images, how-to videos, documents, webpages, and plenty of websites. I started to run into problems organizing this data efficiently, even though I was using Evernote, Clipboard, Pinterest, my desktop, and several other sites. Too much clutter, not very organized, and limited options to share this data with friends and family that are also interested in photography. With limited options, I decided to build my own site that could do what I wanted it to do.
With some help from a few friends, we created a site that allows users to save any and all types of electronic data in a folder. You can easily search and retrieve the data you're looking for as well as find other collections of data that people with similar interests have created, then link to it. We've implemented security at every level so you can make a public or private folder, or have private data in a public folder....each piece of information has its own privacy setting. I'm currently giving people unlimited storage space and bandwidth to save their stuff in exchange for some helpful feedback to make this tool more useful. If interested, you can check us out at www.LemurWeb.com.
Although the site is not super pretty, the functionality is there and being improved daily. We offer a web clipper tool in the Google Chrome store with Firefox, Safari, and IE tools coming real soon. We are also working to create mobile apps so users can add images, video, and audio as well as retrieve and review data while on the go. Anyway, I thought that you might have a similar problem of organizing your data and would be interested in checking this out. Thanks in advance for any feedback you might be willing to give.