WebCull

About WebCull

WebCull was created as a once in for all solution to bookmark management. We have concentrated on some of the important issues that others seem to have skipped. For one, our focus was not to change the behavior of how you use your current browser bookmark manager, only augment and improve it.

They say "never fix what ain't broke", so we didn't. Instead, we took what has worked great for years and made improvements to it. This quickly took off into an exploration of brainstorming, thinking about what bookmarks are and how we currently manage and use them.

What turned out to be a big surprise to us was just how much can be done with just links. Being such a primitive concept it only makes sense that they have a lot of value. Nowadays a link could be a web-app, a game, an interesting article you didn't have time to read, a scientific study that's important to your job and so much more. Why was the importance of links so surprising to us? Maybe because when you settle into one way of doing things it's hard to see outside of the box. But we're talking about the internet here, links are immensely valuable, why have search engines been so valuable to us, they help us find links. So this must also mean the storage and sharing of these links is equally valuable.

So the question is, are the built-in bookmark managers we've been using all these years to organize and access links good enough? We don't think so, and we would go as far as to say that this tech has been majorly neglected. Other solutions like ours have vastly different designs unlike the traditional browser bookmark manager and nothing that simply tries to improve what's tere. So we set out to change this and start providing the value that's needed for people who need a better bookmark manager.

It's not something we think we will solve overnight but we believe we have tackled some of the most important issues already. Such as accessibility, ease of use, improved searching, and aesthetic appeal. This is where we started and continue to improve on, but at the same time as thinking up what's next. What else can you do with bookmarks? We think it's almost infinite and will continue to provide innovative concepts without ever compromising the privacy of our users.