Last week I discovered Pearltrees, a place to collect, organise, discover and share everything you like on the web. I haven’t used any of the other websites that are available to bookmark websites. I usually favourite a link someone has posted on twitter or email myself the link. This is not great because I quite often do not get a chance to check back and use the resource I found.
Pearltrees is very simple and easy to use, you need to use chrome as your web browser (and install the pearler) or there is an app available for ipads. From your root Pearltree you create other pearltrees (these are the categories that you want to sort your weblinks into). Whenever you find a great weblink, all you need to do is click the pearler and choose which pearltree you want it to be associated with.
So far I’ve been through all my favourites on twitter dating back to 2009 and found some really amazing resources. You can view my Pearltree by clicking the link feel free to share, join and add to.