Copy & Paste – used daily, but who invented it?

by Eric Ebert on 30. May 2011 – 10:47

Today, almost every one of us, who has a modern operating system, uses programs with a”copy & paste” – function. We’ve gone off to search for the history of this function. The underlying technology is not complicated: We select some …
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The first look at click.to for Mac

by Eric Ebert on 28. July 2011 – 07:09

Axonic is very happy to announce the first version of click.to for Mac is now in Alpha Testing. I had assumed that it would be much later before it was ready, but our apple programmers (Like most apple enthusiasts) couldn’t wait that …
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Apture Vs. click.to

by Eric Ebert on 20. March 2012 – 12:29

I have known about Apture for a while, since they work in the same way as click.to. Apture was born from the idea that you would want more information from a given topic. You could just highlight the word and …
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The Copy and Paste Future

by Eric Ebert on 20. February 2012 – 13:56

I was thinking about Copy and Paste today. Is it really something that hasn’t moved forward since its inception? What I’m talking about is that it seems to be out of date. Do kids these days even know what a …
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New Cooperation with Gelbe Seiten!!

by Eric Ebert on 2. August 2012 – 11:40

Click.to is very happy to announce the new partnership with Gelbe Seiten! If you don’t know who they are, then you probably have never looked up a number or an address of a hotel, a restaurant or a plumber in …
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Translation with a single click to dict.cc

by Eric Ebert on 2. March 2012 – 12:31

So today we announce a new Partnership with dict.cc. For those of you who don’t know what it is, it’s an online dictionary that has been around for quite a while, in fact, I think it may be one of …
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To Append or not to Append, is that a question?

by Eric Ebert on 31. January 2012 – 11:34

  One of the other cool features that we added, (and this goes along with the back button) is the append feature. It helps a user stay in the game and keep moving forward. If you’re working on a list …
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Click.to moves to the top…of your screen!

by Eric Ebert on 16. February 2012 – 14:00

I’m very excited to talk about a great new function that has kind of come full circle. The first part is the instant text box. If you click.to Twitter or Facebook or whatever, a small text box pops up so …
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Click.to adds Toodledo to the Program

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

Toodledo 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 …
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A Featureless landscape….

by Eric Ebert on 31. January 2012 – 18:35

I was talking with my boss the other day and after the normal, “we could do this and we could make this better“ back and forth, I asked him how I was doing. The reply was nice and unexpected, “you’re …
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