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LinkCloud v2 – bookmarking at its best

Do you use bookmarking services when sufring the net? Well, I used to have plenty of folders full of sub- and sub-sub-folders with long lists of links I wanted to archive and use. It took me quite a while to open certain links even though I consider myself well-organized. Luckily, I had the chance to check out LinkCloud, a free, visual, interactive, anonymous, device- and browser-independent bookmarking service. I haven´t been using any other service ever since. See for yourself.

LinkCloud allows me to freely organize my favorite links as images in different clouds. Here is what LinkCloud is all about:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnvGydxUciw[/youtube]

Here is a screenshot of my shopping cloud:

…my sports cloud…

and a cloud with more than 350 links. Imagine you had to search a list of words….

LinkCloud is currently being re-designed to make it much more user-friendly and easier to use. Version 2 will be launched in April 2012. Here is a first glimpse of the new style:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cUE_elPe7Q[/youtube]

If you don´t want to wait that long, you might want to check out the prototype here.