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Linkshelf - your bookshelf of the Internet

linkshelf.com - Free web service

reviewed by Rodney, Dec 2005

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Comments from Rodney

I use a site called linkshelf at http://www.linkshelf.com where you can store your links to websites, and are able to acsess them from any computer that has an internet connection. I thought to myself woulden't it be nice to share my links with my friends; so I set up another account to do just that. It's a work in progress, but what ta hay might just as well put it out there. The only draw back is people wanting to alter the page having user privaliges. If anyone can't help but want to share a link with me I set up a category called "links friends want me to see" for that purpose. Please do not modify the page in any other way. It took a lot of work to get it where it is, and there will be more links coming. so check back now , and then. That being said the username is rodneyslinks, and the password is getlinks. I hope you enjoy it.


Notes from Clif

Thanks Rodney, it looks like a very cool service. I myself use Furl to keep my links handy. I noticed the Linkshelf website displays well in IE and Firefox. Unfortunately for me, it doesn't work with Opera.


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Linkshelf is your bookshelf of the Internet. With linkshelf you can store your bookmarks on a webpage so they always travel with you. Log on to linkshelf with your usersname and password and access your bookmarks from anywhere in the world. And the best part... it's free!