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hooeey webprint 2.0 released!

We’ve revamped hooeey webprint, the website as well as the subscription service–hooeey webprint Plus. The  new offerings are available through the main page ( from today.

What has changed?

hooeey webprint: A completely redesigned UI which is optimised for users to interact with their browsed pages is just the beginning. Robust search, multiple filtering methods, easy navigation, faster upload to cloud services, etc. are some of the improvements that bear mention. More  details at ‘What’s new?’  or better still download the new hooeey webprint and check it out yourself!

hooeey webprint Plus: Sporting a fresh, light look, it’s now faster and more robust. All core functions such as search, page retrieval, topic creation, automatic meta-tag lists, etc. are more responsive. See a live demo or better still subscribe!

We are confident that current hooeey webprint users will find the new version even more indispensable than the first version since we have incorporated many, many, suggestions (and yes, complaint resolutions) to Version 2.0. Many thanks to our users for their feedback.

A big thank you to every team member for their unstinting efforts over the last 4 months in bringing out hooeey webprint Version 2.0.


Welcoming a million new users

hooeey webprint has emerged as the most downloaded application during a 3-week promotion run by Adobe in Dec’10-Jan’11.

Thank you, all 1,207,783 of you. And thank you, Adobe.


“…web of infinite info”

Twitter’s co-founder, Evan Williams ruminates about the ever-expanding nature of not just information, but rather, an explosion of relevant information. He says that the current generation of tools or “information managers”  will prove to be inadequate as there is a limit to how much relevant information people can actually consume.

The rise of intelligent, “thinking” apps/machine/web is inevitable and is already happening on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube where the crowd data is used to direct a single user’s attention to the most relevant ‘relevant’ data. Continue reading