Making the Cut (and Paste) – Kwout

http://kwout.comThanks, yet again, to Lifehacker for the tip on the awesome web based cut and paste tool, Kwout. With Kwout, you simply place a bookmark, which they provide for you on their site, in your toolbar, and then when you see an image or piece of a web site that you want to grab click on the button. Next you simply highlight the area of the page you want to feature, and Kwout spits out the code you need to copy the area anywhere. It will even embed links with the area you select. This tools is extremely simple to use, and is quite useful. I am looking forward to more of trying out Kwout – a brilliant way to quote.

 

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