Sqworl is a handy utility for collecting and sharing a number of links. It creates a short shareable link, similar to TinyURL, but instead of the link taking you to a single destination, it sends the recipient to a custom link group that you’ve assembled. Or, in the words of Sqworl-maker Caleb Brown:
Sqworl is this thing that you can use to turn a bunch of long dumb website links into one single smaller link with pretty web previews.
You can think of this a bit like a link presentation. You add a number of links to a link group, and give them each a description. Sqworl will take a screen grab of all the links. The result is a concise set of links, each with a thumbnail and a description, that you can safely send off in an email without worry of it getting garbled-up.
Sqworl [via ReadWriteWeb]
2 thoughts on “Sqworl – share link presentations”
I so heart Sqworl! it’s easy, flexible and so beautifully graphic. there is no learning curve really which will make it great for showing tech reluctant educators….and with the Add to Sqworl link on my toolbar creating groups is a snap! Great work, young Caleb! you’re brill!
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