Betaworks' Findings pivots as Amazon bans Kindle clips

Betaworks' Findings pivots as Amazon bans Kindle clips

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New Findings, the year-old content-sharing site from untraditional VC firm Betaworks, was built on the ability to sync and share Kindle highlights. But after Amazon told Betaworks that this function violates its terms of service, Findings has had to pivot to focus on web clipping. The Kindle highlights feature lets reader...
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