Trunk.ly Adds Search and Curation to Social Bookmarking
December 19th, 2010

The wake of the Delicious announcements has been very fruitful for a few other services that occupy a similar Web curation space. One that popped up was Trunk.ly, which sounds promising for not only offering to collect the links users share on social networks, but to make them searchable. read more on Read Write Web

About Trunk.ly : The world is now more social. We share, we like, we tweet, retweet, link and generally exchange information on the social web. But how do you keep track of the things you like?

Trunk.ly takes care of that for you. By connecting into your social networks, Trunk.ly monitors and collects the links that you find interesting across the social web.

More importantly, it indexes the web pages these links point to and builds a personal search engine, so you never have to tag or describe a link again, you just search and Trunk.ly will find it again for you.

We’ve been in closed beta, but opened up in response to the delicious announcement, there’s still LOTS to do and we’d love to hear from you as we work to build something great.

note Gerrit: good option to archive the links/bookmarks curated via Twitter or Facebook
here is my connected memory http://trunk.ly/gervis/ (my 4392 links were indexed within a few minutes from the moment i signed up)


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