This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, we talk with Gary Flake, the founder of Clipboard, a Seattle-area startup that offers a tool for clipping, saving and sharing sections web pages in live form — preserving not only text and images but also links and interactivity.
It’s a competitive market right now, and we also talk about how Clipboard stacks up and differentiates itself against the likes of Pinterest.
That follows our weekly news roundup, in which we explain what really gets us excited about Apple’s new iPad announcement.
We also bring in a special guest, my mom, who is visiting this week without the paperback books she normally takes on a trip. She explains how she has been able to use her new Kindle to significantly reduce the amount she spends on books every month.
Also listen for our App of the Week, the answer to last week’s Name that Tech Tune challenge, and one of our favorite moments from this week’s GeekWire Summit, featuring Dave Dederer of the Presidents of the United States of America.
Listen to the show above or directly via this MP3 file. Continue reading for links related to the topics we discussed.
App of the Week: MotionX Sleep
Scribblenauts Remix for iPhone
Name that Tech Tune: Answer and winner from last week’s challenge … look for a new contest next week.
Clipboard: Clipboard.com. (To gain access to the beta, use the link in the upper right to register, and then use the invitation code just4u.)
Clipboard cuts and pastes new user growth in Amplify and Clipmarks deal … Gary Flake names all-star cast of investors in Clipboard’s $1.4M round … Ex-Microsoft researcher unveils Clipboard to save pieces of Web pages
Here’s a video explaining how Clipboard works …