Get your stuff together with netvibes

7 Feb

Sometimes I have 6 or 7 windows open when I’m online and a dozen or more bookmarks that I am moving between. It’s not very efficient.

Netvibes to the rescue.

This aggregator is really a web-based RSS reader that gives you access to all your favourite online places from the homepage: you can follow the Copeland blog from here (which would be the first order of business), use the email wizard to check your email (Yahoo!, Hotmail, Mac, AOL – they’re all here), add Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, check the weather, read your favourite online newspapers – all from one convenient page.

You customize it so it’s like a personal workstation. And it updates automatically. Love it.

It’s my startpage now. So I can start deleting those bookmarks. I Digg the netvibes.


3 Responses to “Get your stuff together with netvibes”

  1. Paulm February 9, 2010 at 11:45 pm #

    i like this as well, thanks for the tip

  2. samyz February 10, 2010 at 4:39 am #

    Glad you like our service. Thanks for making more people discover Netvibes!

  3. dougbrowncreative February 10, 2010 at 11:28 am #

    You’re welcome Paul … but thank Samyz here. He represents the creators of this great service.

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