Web clipping

Web clipping

(1) Extracting a smaller amount of text and graphic elements from a Web page in order to display effectively on a handheld Web appliance. Web clipping often uses a predefined form, or template, into which the extracted data are placed.

(2) An excerpt of information taken from the Web.
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We've also added a Web Search workspace window, and a new web clipping capability, to make it easy to transfer all the information you find into your project, with full source citations.
CAMPBELL, California, November 17 /PRNewswire/ -- - Under the New Agreement, BEA Will Continue to Market the Kapow Web Integration Platform's Clipping Module, as Well as Deliver Kapow Technologies' new QuickClip Web Clipping Product With the BEA WebLogic Portal
Wireless Palm OS and web clipping applications currently run over leading circuit-switched and packet-switched networks in the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia.
It supports Palm OS Web clipping applications, and you can load any of hundreds of Palm apps that run on the OS.
I-drive also features the Filo Web Clipping Tool, which lets you store an unlimited number of "clipped" Web pages, images, files, and links (such as e-commerce receipts, travel confirmation, and research).
Today, the company officially unveiled a Beta version of its MyPalm portal service, accessible via the Web and a Beta version of its wireless MyPalm Web clipping application.
This will be possible through the Prudential web clipping application for the Palm VII organizer, which will access web content via the wireless Palm.
Gates laid out an aggressive roadmap for the credit card sized device, which will see security features implemented on the device in two to three months, a web clipping system for the organizer two to three months after that and wireless capabilities within a year.
Web clipping is a means of extracting a specific set of needed information from a given Web site, by requesting certain types of information via special query forms that reside on the Palm VII device.
Currently, there are many Web clipping services and storage services existing on-line, but the information that accumulate is continuously on the increase, while keeping up their organizing just cannot catch up with the speed of the increase.
By extending the benefits of portal development and customization to end-users, OmniPortlet and Web Clipping increase productivity while decreasing the associated development costs.
Peter Richardson, principal analyst for mobile communications at Dataquest, takes Palm's moves towards WAP as a admission that web clipping is, at best, a stop-gap before WAP services come online.