click.to is now on Wikipedia!

by Eric Ebert on 12. October 2011 – 07:55

We’ve had the the Wikipedia action with click.to since the beginning, but now we actually have an article. I know many of you don’t think it’s such a big deal to get a Wikipedia article, but as most of you know, it is very important.

It helps validate that your company product or topic is valid and newsworthy, and as a small startup, that means a lot. I don’t know if any of you have ever written a Wiki article before, but its not easy. There are thousands of editors that would like to put their ‘two cents in’ and help you change things. That can turn into a lot of work, but it is also the reason that Wikipedia is great. Very helpful editors and an extensive community of authors that are always there to help a newcomer.

The English click.to article has yet to be reviewed, but you can see it if you do a search (or just click on the link).  So, if anyone is a great editor on Wikipedia and would like to help make our article better, It would be greatly appreciated! For our German speaking users, we have an article for you too. Thanks for all the help thus far with the German click.to article!



Click.to adds Toodledo to the Program

by Eric Ebert on 27. September 2011 – 09:11

ToodledoToodledo is a program that can integrate all of your little bits and snippets (or in my case, random thoughts) into one place, and remind you of what’s ahead and what’s important.

I know that the ability to organise your life is very important for a lot of people, and even fun for some. Read More…



The newest version of Click.to is here!

by Eric Ebert on 9. September 2011 – 08:05

I wrote last week about Twick.it and how it would be a great new partner for us, and they are! I updated my click.to program today and was surprised to see quite a few changes. First, is that Twick.it is there, but I was surprised to see that the QuickView portion of the program works so well. (Not that I doubted our programmers). It makes click.to even faster! That’s the ultimate goal, right? Second, There were a couple of other programs hidden, that we haven’t even announced yet! (I’m sure I’ll be writing about them shortly) It’s like being behind the scenes of a movie production, you know how it looks when they shoot, but the final product in the theatres still impresses you. I’m very impressed with the new version, but I’ll admit that I’m a little biased, so please let me know what you think.

If you’re reading this, you have a backstage pass. Read More…



Click.to and Twick.it help you become a know-it-all

by Eric Ebert on 2. September 2011 – 09:54

Click.to_Twick.itThe idea behind Twick.it is to help users find information in a condensed format. Think, Twitter and Wikipedia combined. Twick.it entries are entered from a word or article into the 140 character twitter format.

What it means? Read More…



Click.to Adds a New Feature for Programmers

by Eric Ebert on 26. August 2011 – 09:51

Click.to PastebinWe’ve teamed up with Pastebin.com to help our heavy users (Aka my boss) gain access to the programs that they use most! Pastebin is an online location to store all of your program snippets and share them with other users, or keep them private for future reference.

Programmers and Hackers, as a mass generalization, are a pretty tight group. But they are (usually) willing to share there knowledge (and code) with each other. Pastebin makes this possible and Click.to accelerates the process, by eliminating the clicking frenzy. Read More…



End of an Era

by Eric Ebert on 25. August 2011 – 07:16

I woke up this morning (along with the rest of Europe) to the shocking news of Steve Jobs’ departure from Apple. It’s quite a shock to know that a man of 56 that has changed the way people use computers, is already past his prime. I admire the fact that Steve took the decision to resign instead of being forced out like many other CEOs today.

The man, which has changed the computer to one that you can put on your desk, to one that you can put in your pocket (iPhone), saved the Music industry with iTunes and so much more… I admire his vision and hope for nothing but the best for his future. Read More…



New Click.to Apple Version Available Soon!

by Eric Ebert on 23. August 2011 – 10:01

Menu Icons

We are very happy to announce that the new Apple version of Click.to will be available soon! Its very humbling for us that so many people were willing to help test our Alpha version and help us (in a very short time) to make the new version better!

So to our group of testers, thank you from the bottom of our hearts. You helped create something that hopefully fulfills everything that you wanted from Click.to! Here are a couple more screenshots for those of you that didn’t get the chance to be a part of our testing team:

Sat Icons

 

 

 

Thanks again for all of your support!



Click.to goes BOX crazy!

by Eric Ebert on 11. August 2011 – 10:17

click.to BoxClick.to is proud to announce the new BOX action is now available! We are very happy with the new friends we’ve met at BOX and look forward to great successes together. I personally would also like to welcome the users of BOX to click.to, and encourage our loyal click.to users to check out www.box.net, if they haven’t yet. Read More…



Click.to and XING cross paths

by Eric Ebert on 8. August 2011 – 15:21

Click.to Xingclick.to is very happy to announce a new cooperation with Xing! Now you can keep in touch with all of your business contacts with one click! Have you ever received an email from a new potential client and want to know more? Just highlight the name of his/her company and press Ctrl+C to copy,  select click.to Xing from the menu and your done! Read More…



Instant webification with Click.to and Google

by Eric Ebert on 3. August 2011 – 09:37




Google announced yesterday that they have released Instant Pages. It works with google chrome to instantly add web pages that appear in the search query. The program is available for Web developers today, and should be released in a Chrome Beta version soon.

Read More…