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Kaboodle, a web-based clipping service has raised $3.55 million in Series A funding reports C/Net News.com. Investors include early Google advisor Dr. Rajeev Motwani, a Stanford University professor, Ron Conway, an early investor in both Google and Ask Jeeves; Georges Harik, former director of new products […]

Kaboodle, a web-based clipping service has raised $3.55 million in Series A funding reports C/Net News.com. Investors include early Google advisor Dr. Rajeev Motwani, a Stanford University professor, Ron Conway, an early investor in both Google and Ask Jeeves; Georges Harik, former director of new products at Google and Kanwal Rekhi, a managing director of Inventus Capital Partners. Other investors include Ashish Gupta, the founder of Junglee, Shea Ventures, Garage Technology Ventures and Alpha Group.

I had written about Kaboodle earlier, and since then many different companies have come into the market with their own twist on the concept. Clipmarks and MyPicklist are two such start-ups that are doing things differently. I find Clipmarks much more useful, and often use to collate and collect different things on the web.

  1. There is also eSnips.com to add to the growing list. We should handicap a race as to which space will have the most entrants: clipping services or web calendars.

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