Onfolio's browser-based technology, which stores Web-found content for retrieval later, will become part and parcel of Microsoft's planned Windows Live, according to the story.
J.J. and brother Jeremy Allaire came to fame and fortune c0-founding their eponymous company a decade ago and then selling it to Macromedia. Allaire, as in the company and the brothers, was the braintrust behind the ColdFusion development powerhouse.
(Macromedia, for those of you keeping score, was subsequently bought lock-stock-and-barrell, by Adobe.)
Microsoft's appetite for engulfing and devouring small companies continues unabated. Yesterday it announced purchase of Apptimum.