"an independent software company dedicated to empowering Internet users with software for collecting, organizing and sharing information found online."
J.J. Allaire is behind this company. I watched the Flash demo, their product is a desktop app that lets you store online documents offline as well as organize, comment and share them. Pricing starts at $29.99, there’s a Professional edition at $79.99 that adds report authoring, custom report templates and website publishing. Since this integrates with the browser (well, IE), think of it as resilient bookmarks that you can share.
Is this like http://www.furl.net? (Which is free.)
More or less, yes, both address the same needs. Onfolio is a desktop application though, while Furl is afaik “just” a web app.