LinkDoozer, an online bookmarking startup, offers a way for users to easily add and save bookmarks in a startpage-like approach. Unlike typical social bookmarking sites that look for users to add as many bookmarks as possible LinkDoozer focuses on users adding only the sites they like the best and encourages users to rate and review site. With social networking aspects LinkDoozer lends itself to easy link sharing similar to other social bookmarking site.
According to LinkDoozer founder Dave Mercer:
"The site was initially begun as a “better” method of exploring the Web. ... With LinkDoozer, only those sites that people consider to be part of their favorites are more prominent."
Isn't that the idea of Web 2.0? Maybe I am missing something with reviewing this site. LinkDoozer also encourage people to rate and review their links to further help the community at large make choices about what they want their internet to look like. Though LinkDoozer offered a unique approach I was not too impressed with LinkDoozzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Pardon all the z's but that was me falling asleep reviewing LinkDoozer. Maybe it is was the blow out World Series game one I was watching or maybe it was the comforting pasta dinner I ate, whatever it was I fell asleep looking at LinkDoozer. It offers another way to save your favorite links and explore what other users are saving as bookmarks and I guess I am missing the what is so much "better" about LinkDoozer's approach to bookmarks but maybe I am missing something.