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Sunday, January 07, 2007

Cite Bite: Deep Quotes Made Easy

Cite Bite is a simple tool that lets you link directly to a quote on a webpage.
Paste a chunk of text and the URL of the page containing the text and in return get a link that opens directly to your selection and highlights it.
You can install a Firefox extension or use the bookmarklet to make the process faster. A little gimmicky, but could come in handy if you deep quote a lot. Reminds me a little of TinyURL.


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