dropmark

Introducing Dropmark from oak on Vimeo.

My studiomate Skylar is the brilliant mind behind dropmark. It let’s you drop files right from your computer, or the web, to create organized collections. Watch the above video and join me in being completely blown away.

Dropmark let’s you invite friends or co-workers to collaborate and edit your Dropmarks in real-time. They are private and secure, unless you choose to share them (each collection has a handy short URL).

Access your Dropmarks via the web and RSS, or get nerdy with their API—it’s your data after all, use it however you want. It’s not about “social media” (they won’t ask you to “follow” anyone), it’s about organizing and sharing your ideas in the easiest way possible.

Major, major hat tip off to Skylar! dropmark is nothing short of revolutionary!

7 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Awesome stuff! I just signed up for the beta. It looks great. Thanks for sharing!

  2. It’s always nice when a useful tool comes out that’s NOT social media related (like, say, Teux Deux!)… thanks for letting us know about this, Tina!

  3. Wow. This could finally be THE go-to organizing and social image/link place. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Looks like a clone of dropmocks.com, which has been out since last fall.

  5. @Matt dropmocks.com is great, but it’s limited to photo sharing.

    Sure you can use Dropmark for photos, but that’s not what it’s all about. Dropmark supports any type of media (videos, documents, websites, notes), and is focused around collaboration and organization for the minimalist.

    If you are a designer who has to send/receive files from clients (or share them with your team), I think you’re going to find Dropmark quite useful.

  6. Love love love this. I’ve been working on a number of elements of this project as several separate projects with drag and drop integration, automated embedding and content detection. It’s fantastic to see it all so nicely combined.

    I hope my beta tester request is approved!

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