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iCyte featured in AASL's "best websites for teaching and learning"

Jun 27, 2011

At the American Library Association’s 2011 Annual Conference in New Orleans, the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) announced the 2011 Top 25 Websites for Teaching and Learning. The list honors the top 25 Internet sites for enhancing learning and curriculum development for school librarians and their teacher collaborators. We're happy to announce that AASL included iCyte on this list of "the best of the best".

"These websites are creative, innovative and fun — and the most important— they support the integration of 21st Century skills into the curriculum"” explains Pam Berger, committee chair. "Together with the two previous year's winners, educators have an effective, high quality toolbox of Web 2.0 tools to support inquiry learning and the AASL Standards for the 21 St Century Learner."

Welcome to iCyte 3.0!

Dec 1, 2010

The newest release of iCyte’s groundbreaking research management service lets you save and annotate PDFs (even from your local drive), create, name, search and sort your Cytes more easily, and even backup your projects offline! For a free online training session, contact .

Bookmarklet for Safari & Google Chrome released

May 10, 2010

Users of Safari and Google Chrome can now create Cytes using the iCyte bookmarklet. To install the bookmarklet, visit www.icyte.com/users/download with either Google Chrome or Safari.

Press Release - iCyte Enterprise

February 22, 2010

iCyte Enterprise is now in full release and deployed to initial users. Read the press release here.

iCyte to attend Legaltech NY - 2010

January 15, 2010

iCyte will be attending Legaltech New York from February 1 to February 3. Stop by the Hilton Hotel in Midtown Manhattan and visit us at booth 616 to hear about the latest developments at iCyte.

Press Release - Support for RSS feeds, Social Media, Blogs & Wikis.

September 22, 2009

We produced a press release today that covers the recent new features we've added to iCyte recently. You can read the press release here.

Browser sidebar released for IE

September 9, 2009

A new build of our Internet Explorer browser plugin was released today that includes the iCyte sidebar. Our sidebar allows you to have quick access to your Cytes, and includes a filtering search along with the ability to view, e-mail and delete Cytes directly from the sidebar.

It can be downloaded from www.icyte.com/users/download

Share your Cytes with facebook, twitter, and more

August 20, 2009

You can now share your public Cytes and projects with other websites. The list of websites you can currently share with includes: twitter, facebook, digg, stumbleupon, technorati and more.

A video overview of this new feature is available here

iCyte is now available for Internet Explorer 8

August 18, 2009

A new build of iCyte was released today that adds support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 8. It can be downloaded from www.icyte.com/users/download

We are pressing on with support for the Internet Explorer platform and expect to come out with a release that contains a browser sidebar next month.

RSS Support

August 10, 2009

iCyte now supports RSS feeds for public projects. To access the RSS feed for one of your projects, click on the RSS icon on the project landing page (accessible by clicking the project name on any cyte).

A video overview of this new feature is available here.

Firefox Sidebar Released

August 7, 2009

A new build of iCyte for Firefox was released today which includes a browser sidebar. Our sidebar includes a list of your most recent cytes, along with a real time filtering search capability. You can also quickly access the 'my view' page and view the cyte on the saved page by clicking on the appropiate link within a cyte.

A video overview of our browser sidebar is now available.

iCyte appears in The Age newspaper

April 6, 2009

The article "Digital library for missing 'books'" by Charles Wright appeared in today's edition of The Age newspaper. The article included an overview of iCyte and quotes from an iCyte user. It can be read online at www.icyte.com

iCyte featured on smallbiztechnology.com

January 6, 2009

iCyte was featured today in an article on smallbiztechnology.com, a site which provides small to medium sized businesses with information on how to use technology to grow their business.You can read the article online at www.smallbiztechnology.com.

Press Release - Breakthrough Software for Online Content

November 5, 2009

Today iCyte announced a press release regarding our tool which allows users to save, tag and annotate online research. The press release can be viewed here.

Firefox beta plugin released

June 6, 2009

A beta version of our Firefox browser plugin is now available for download. Firefox version 3.0 and above is supported on Windows, Mac and Linux.

To download the Firefox plugin, login to our website using Firefox and click on the download link after logging in.

Firefox release scheduled for March

February 5, 2009

Our Firefox browser plugin has been progressing to schedule and a beta version will be available in March. The beta will include our HTML annotating capability, and will support Firefox version 3.

Version 1.0 released

January 9, 2009

Version 1.0 of iCyte was released today. This marks a key milestone in the development of the iCyte product. Key changes include:
  • The recall of existing annotations is now more user friendly and powerful with the introduction of our view functionality. Using our 'view' you can easiliy recall your annotations and lanuch into common actions; such as editing, viewing and sharing individual annotations. You can also perform bulk actions such as printing reports and exporting to external formats
  • Annotations can now be made by right clicking on highlighted text and selecting 'iCyte'
  • PDF files inside of frames and iframes can now be annotated

New York office established

December 24, 2008

The iCyte team is now based in New York. Our new address can be found on the contact us page of our site.

Interview with iCyte co-founder Stephen Foley at libgig.com

October 2, 2008

libgig.com, a professional networking site focusing on creators and consumers of information, today published an overview of iCyte. Included in the article was a Q & A with iCyte co-founder and CTO, Stephen Foley.

You can read the article at www.libgig.com/stephenfoley

Overview of iCyte posted on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog

September 24, 2008

Greg Lambert from the blog '3 Geeks and a Law Blog', has posted an overview of iCyte and it's benetfits to his blog at http://geeklawblog.blogspot.com/2008/09/icyte-is-2020-finding-storing-tagging.html

iCyte Beta Released

September 15, 2008

The beta version of iCyte was released today. This release incorporates a number of changes based on feedback from our successful pilot program. Changes include:
  • the browser panel has been removed from the product, and the annotation functionality can now be accessed directly from the browser toolbar
  • search feature implemented
  • ability to export annotations from reports
  • print mode on reports
  • 'remember me' login functionality
  • e-mail one or more annotations directly from reports

iCyte Pilot Program Commenced

July 14, 2008

The iCyte pilot program commenced today, released to select number of users. The pilot includes many news features over the previous versions including:
  • ability to annotate PDF files
  • tag auto-suggestion
  • project administrators can restricted the allowed tags in a project
  • users can now manage their own projects
  • edit and delete annotations via the report interface