“A Place For Your Interests”

This week one of my colleagues posted a link to her newly created webpage, a place where she can organize and access all websites, files, blogs, or pictures she would normally bookmark and lose track of. Looking deeper into the webpage I decided to create one of my own with Pearl Trees.

Pearl Trees lets youScreen Shot 2015-03-29 at 6.52.12 PM organize websites, blogs, and files individually to store in one location, as well as creating collections of similar topics. On my pearl tree page I have various webpages, youtube videos, apps stored on my main page, as well as collections for my personal social media sites, my learning project resources, and mathematical/educational blogs and websites. I find this site to be extremely handy as I have all of my main sites for university and every day browsing at the click of a finger now, no more searching! A few other bonuses are that it allows you to download an app for your phone (iPhone or Android) and now if I’m not on my laptop I can still add sites to my PearlTree page while I’m on my handheld device. Second bonus, feeding Screen Shot 2015-03-29 at 6.54.26 PMoff of my last blog post, is that it also comes with a Google Chrome extension. So no matter what site or blog I’m reading about, I simply click the extension (blue star symbol) and select to add this webpage to Pearl Tree; just like bookmarking but much more organized!

 

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