As well It behaves with uploading pictures to Facebook or Flickr or a query at Wikipedia. Click.to automatically open the target application or the respective Web page and perform the Paste command. The makers of click.to and Twick.it Martin Welker, Axonic CEO, about the partnership with Twick.it: Twick.it is the Wikipedia for the Twitter generation. Today one rarely has time to study the articles in detail. Twick.It provides explanations on short, concise and sometimes even humorous way.
The partnership with Click.to is ideal: short explanation of Twick.it and short distances with Click.to. “That means: no distraction of the essence by the navigating and searching in the Web browser, but the short explanation directly on the spot position.” we are pleased that you can bring the declarations of our community right there with Click.to, where she are needed are everywhere. Directly to the user on the screen”, forward Markus Moller and Sean Kollak, the inventor of Twick.it. Through the internalized copy and paste gesture done very simple: users must not only leave the program and open a browser. “With click.to is also Twick.it is part of the operating system and is thus closer to the user.” click.to is free available on to download the free program and is available for Windows and for Mac OS. Axonic Axonic Informationssysteme GmbH is a young company with a focus on information, communication and detection technologies. The company is headquartered in Karlsruhe, Germany and was founded in 2003 by Martin Welker. Axonic researches and developed intensively for several years in the area of communication intelligence”- targeted analysis, visualization, and simplification of communication.
About Twick.it, the explain engine is provided with any explanations for any topics Twick.it an non-commercial knowledge platform and can write a review. The declarations must be no longer than 140 characters. In addition, a link with further information can to be specified. Recognizes and joins the explain engine automatically related topics and keywords through semantic analysis. By Markus Moller and Sean Kollak developed explain engine has been online since the end of 2009 and has over 16,000 verified statements (State: August 2011). All releases are available under a Creative Commons license and may be used (commercial). Contact Peter Oehler Kaiserstrasse 241 76133 Karlsruhe + 49 (721) 352 83 75