It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the amount of content we’re bombarded with on a daily basis.
You can always save links in a text document, and keep images and other files in folders, but your OS file system wasn’t built for bookmarking.
Hopper lets you save content such as texts, images and links by copying and pasting it (using Ctrl + V), or just by dragging it into the webpage. You can also drag-and-drop files from your desktop.
That will let you get the content back whenever you need it later on. Any device that can access the Internet will let you get it back again, right as if it were on your HD or ZIP drive.
Hopper has got the great plus of working without registration. Accounts can be created if you want to organize your data and have it tidied up.
Check out it here: http://www.gethopper.com/
and/or read also this article on The Next Web http://j.mp/xW6SED
[Curated by Giuseppe Mauriello]
Via Giuseppe Mauriello