How to Copy/Paste Information From One PC to Another
Do you find yourself surfing the web or working on a computer other than your own but want to save it for later when you get back home or to the office? It might be at an internet terminal while traveling, or on a public computer station that allows you to check email/webmail, or just a friend’s computer in another office. Usually you’d email it or send a message via instant messaging. But for small things, it might be nice NOT to fire up email or some other app to do that.
One really neat website resource I found is basically an Internet Clipboard just like working in Windows or on a Mac…but it allows you to copy/paste any information you have on that “foreign PC” and save it virtually and pick it up back on another computer…
The really cool feature is that you can create a custom clipboard URL on the fly — right in the URL! This allows you to make it real easy to remember and/or random enough that you can be confident enough no one else will guess the URL.
HOW TO COPY/PASTE FROM 1 PC to ANOTHER:
- You’ll find a clipboard that you can paste to and even use RICH TEXT (see drop down menu at upper right) to save HTML-based snippets. Just PASTE any information you want to save and click on the SAVE button.
- Now, when you get back to your own computer, just go back to that custom URL you setup, http://www.cl1p.net/ANYTHINGYOUWANT and the information you pasted will be right there for you to grab and use however you wish.