Steve Ballmer today posted the following letter on the internet to reveal that he is leaving Microsoft’s board to focus on other things in his life (hint: Clipper’s owner). Read the full letter below. Dear Satya, As I approach the six month mark of my retirement and your appointment as CEO, I have been reflecting on my life, my ongoing ownership of Microsoft stock, and my involvement with the company. I have reached some conclusions and wanted to share them with you. I know August is the key month during which the company starts to prepare the proxy statement for the next shareholders’ meeting, and so these thoughts are probably timely for that too. First, Microsoft has been my life’s work and I am proud of that and excited by what I see in front of the company and this leadership team. There are challenges ahead but the opportunities are ...

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Microsoft OneNote team today had couple of announcements. First, they are releasing OneNote clipper as a Google Chrome extension. Second one will be helpful to Springpad users since the service is going to end soon.  Springpad to OneNote migration tool will help these users to migrate their data to OneNote. Try OneNote Clipper for Chrome now To get started, open your Chrome browser and visit www.onenote.com/clipper. Click the purple Install to Chrome button, then click Add. Congratulations, now you’re all set to start clipping the web to OneNote. If you have already installed the OneNote Clipper to your bookmark bar in Chrome, you can simply remove it and install the Chrome extension if you wish. The Chrome extension has all the functionality of the bookmarklet, so you won’t miss a beat. To clip, just browse to any webpage and click the OneNote Clipper button. For more details on the clipping experience, ...

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Along with the announcement about release of free version of OneNote app for Windows and Mac users, Microsoft also announced a new service called OneNote clipper. OneNote Clipper is the easiest way to save anything on the web to OneNote with just one click. To get started, use any major browser to visit www.onenote.com/clipper and follow the instructions to add the purple Clip to OneNote button to your Favorites bar. Congratulations, now you’re all set to start clipping the web to OneNote! To clip, just browse to any webpage and click the Clip to OneNote button. Once signed in, you’ll see the actual OneNote Clipper. The Clipper will let you know that it’s sending the page to OneNote, and when it’s finished, you can click the OneNote logo to immediately view your clip in OneNote Online. All of your clips are saved to the Quick Notes section of your default ...

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