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Stickis, a plug-in that helps you add your own notes to web pages (similar to Medium, Trailfire, Fleck, and Diigo) launches today at noon. The idea of writing on the web is pretty cool, but Stickis’ confusing interface does not appear to be at all ready […]

Stickis, a plug-in that helps you add your own notes to web pages (similar to Medium, Trailfire, Fleck, and Diigo) launches today at noon. The idea of writing on the web is pretty cool, but Stickis’ confusing interface does not appear to be at all ready for prime-time. Still, there’s one feature that caught our interest: the option to create “anti-social tags.” When a note contains a designated tag, it is only viewable by a pre-set group. Sneaky.

  1. Thanks for the ping, Liz. We’ve just taken the wraps off the Firefox version: you should now be able to get a fuller picture of what we’re about. I’d be glad to give you an in-depth tour, any time.

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  2. I also think that Fleck has a more intuitive user-interface.

    ;-)

    Hi Jean, just teasing.

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  3. [...] who show up on their subscribers’ browsers whenever contextually relevant. Meanwhile, Liz at Gigaom, while she also gets the antisocial tags, isn’t as convinced (just yet): Liz, feel free to [...]

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