Mar 2, 2011
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Hi folks!

We think we screwed up the first time in the design of the Twitter, Selection and Link clips. So there we go, check out the new clips design and say sweet things to us. Or not.

Mar 1, 2011
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What can you do with Bundlr?

As we announced, Bundlr is already public. Right now, it’s invite-only so we can monitor closely how the application is doing and how everyone is using it.

What can you do right now with Bundlr?

  • Sign up using Facebook or Twitter
  • Create and manage bundles
  • Use the bookmarklet to clip media, text selections or links
  • Share your bundles by email or on social networks

Currently we support media clipping from YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, Twitter and Slideshare. Check out my account page to see some examples.

Now, we’re spending some time fixing some issues found by early users, understanding what needs to be improved and planning the next features to be implemented. Help us by sharing your suggestions in the Bundlr community.

Feb 25, 2011
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Cheesecake and we launched.

We have champagne and cheesecake in the fridge. That’s right, cheesecake.

We have reached a major checkpoint. The point at which we are only just a bit embarassed and afraid of releasing Bundlr to the uncontrolled and unrestrained opinions of those outside of the family & friends circle. It’s one of those days when we forget all about the pixel perfect design and page caching. Today it’s party time and we hope we can have all of you in it. Oh, and by the way, there’s plenty of stuff that’s not working so well, we still have one big comforting protecting layer called beta, so please let us know of any bugs or suggestions.

The untanglement has started, there’s little anyone can do.

Feb 25, 2011
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Get ready to bundle…