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Fold.com Folds

Update on the upstart webtop Fold.com.

If you remember my previous entry about the Fold.com public beta, you may be interested to know that the site is closing up shop. Apparently there is not yet a demand (or some claim there is oversaturation of the market) for that sort of “Web 2.0” site right now. It should still be remembered for a noble effort, and of things we may look toward in the future.

I guess the main thing to me, it was a neat little ‘toy’ that might be useful for some… and maybe it would be better if it were a replacement backend for ‘active desktop’ type of things… but ultimately there needs to be more forward thinking beyond reimplementing existing schemes as web schemes, to implementing new user interfaces and things of that sort.


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2 responses to “Fold.com Folds”

  1. Nicolai Hel Avatar
    Nicolai Hel

    I liked the service, it was more useful and better than Netvibs or Pakeflags. Seems they are now a company that sells Barcode Software.

  2. Nicolai Hel Avatar
    Nicolai Hel

    I liked the service, it was more useful and better than Netvibs or Pakeflags. Seems they are now a company that sells Barcode Software.

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