Tuesday, February 05, 2008

[+/-] Hide/Show Text

Labels: , ,

I got Ript!


  1. OMG That is cool! At first I thought it was like the slideshow feature at slide.com, but now that I've downloaded it (after a lengthy .net framework 3.0 install) I'm really enjoying it! Kind of like the Tablet PC snip tool, but better. Thanks for blogging this Sumocat! :)

    By Blogger iDorkas, at 2/05/2008 06:05:00 PM

  2. A lot of commenters at Lifehacker, where I saw it, don't seem to get it. They counter with more advanced and complicated apps, but it really is the simplicity of Ript that makes it work. I hope to keep on using it. Even started a new label/category for all my Ript entries.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 2/05/2008 06:29:00 PM

  3. This app is SPYWARE read the TOS/ULA it is actually worse than spyware because it makes it legal to secretly steal your intellectual property. Any thing your put in there now belongs to them. I would NEVER install this...I almost did thank god a read the agreement first.

    By Blogger BitBurner, at 9/03/2008 01:25:00 AM

  4. bitburner: First, even if that's in the EULA, it doesn't make it so. Ript's main feature is to store images from the web, which the user doesn't own and therefore cannot transfer ownership. Second, that wouldn't make it spyware. Ript has been certified by Download.com and Softpedia.

    By Blogger Unknown, at 9/03/2008 07:32:00 AM

Post a Comment

<< Home