Group Bookmarking
November 20, 2006 2:17 PM   Subscribe

Know of an online collaborative bookmarking tool for within a closed set of users ? Of course, there's

I'm looking for an online service that will allow my small team in work to collaborate on a set of internet bookmarks/favorites (whatever you want to call them) but within our group only - not open to the public. Sort of like a hybrid between and irows, and equally free and easy to use. Any recommendations ?
posted by superfurry to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
unalog. I've used it and I think it's pretty much what you describe. You can install it locally and it has a lot of the same features as from before the Yahoo times.
posted by jessamyn at 2:19 PM on November 20, 2006

You could share a account and have everyone mark all their bookmarks as private. But if jessamyn's solution is actually meant to do what you're looking for, that's probably better than this hack.
posted by vytae at 2:30 PM on November 20, 2006

Unalog looks nice! It's probably exactly what you want.

For completenesses sake, I thought I'd mention a heavier-weight application. IBM Research is working on Dogear, a social bookmarking system for enterprises. I don't know where it is in the productization process (if at all), but you could probably email the devs (great guys, both) and ask what's up with it.
posted by heresiarch at 7:19 PM on November 20, 2006

Response by poster: thanks for the replies. unalog looks great only for the fact that it's closed for new registrations and I don't have the bandwidth to get it intalled and working. dogear also sounds like it could do what I need, but I really need something that's available today that I don't need to install and maintain.

surely there's something that meets what I need ?

posted by superfurry at 11:42 PM on November 20, 2006

ma.gnolia comes to mind.
posted by terrapin at 8:04 AM on November 21, 2006

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