Clipmarks is a social bookmarking site that is quick and easy to use. The website explains:
On Clipmarks.com, you can see clips of text, images or video about all sorts of topics that other people find while surfing the web.
The idea is that through each other, we can learn more, know more and enjoy more than we could possibly do alone. As you find people who post clips that interest you, make them a Guide. Think of your Guides as a team of web editors you choose to consistently deliver you clips of things they find on the web.
You can easily syndicate your clips to FriendFeed, Twitter, Facebook, Delicious, and more. You can also read, pop, and comment on clips from your iPhone (m.clipmarks.com), iGoogle, or Netvibes homepage.
By installing Clipmarks to your browser, one click on your favourite sites and you can start sharing with colleagues, students and networks. For more information about how Clipmarks works, watch this brief video:
Love the idea of embedding clips into blogs, Netvibes pages and so on.
Thanks to Tom March, the Keynote speaker at the 21st Century eLearning Conference for alerting Bright Ideas to Clipmarks.