|Scooped by Robin Good|
Memit is a content curation app that allows you to clip any web page (as is) text, image or video available online and to save it inside a collection.
Collections can be set to be private or public, and you can invite as many other people as you want to collaborate and contribute to it.
Individual items clipped can be commented, tagged and can be shared on your preferred social media channels. You can follow other Memit users and see their stream of clipped items just like similar tools do.
Each user gets a Profile Page showcasing his work and publicly saved items.
My comments: Good flexible clipper allows easy grabbing of what you are interested in and easy storing into your categories and tags. Good actegorization functions. Good for collaborative use around the collection of texts, excerpts or video clips. Not so great at collection display (only a linear, vertical list format is avaiable for now), publishing or exporting (no embed feature).
P.S.: If you have backed up your Clipboard.com collections, you can import them directly into Memit.
Free to use.
Try it out now: http://memit.com/
Video tutorials: http://www.youtube.com/user/runealblas/videos
iPhone app: http://itunes.apple.com/app/memit/id542209884