Is Findings any good?

Looks interesting, but so far my “highlighting” in ebooks is fairly quirky and has to do with specific objectives I have that others may not know. In other words, sharing them would be potentially problematic considering how easy and common it is to take anyone’s words off the web and get all whingy about them.

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One thought on “Is Findings any good?

  1. I couldn’t get past the annoying video; their website (http://findings.com) is no better – it just points you to the same annoying video. At first glance, this appears to be another tool designed to sell your privacy for $$$.

    Of course, I may just be talking out of my hat, because I am annoyed by that annoying video.

    On the other hand, if you are looking to organize quotes, etc., I suggest you look for a tool that values text and reading.

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