This site was created by Robert Giordano back in 2006 while he was listening to a lot
of trance from the UK and checking his MySpace Top 8. Back then, no one had a good way of keeping all of your favorites
and bookmarks organized. A few sites tried to do it but they lacked privacy features or a friends list.
Fast forward to 2020. MySpace is dead and everyone is using Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. None of those sites let you organize all of your links and even worse, they have decided to censor many links and even punish you for posting them!
Meanwhile, with Linkatopia you can:
Do you have a bunch of web sites in your "favorites" on various computers and
browsers? Have you been at work and wished you had access to the links you've saved
on your home computer? Have you ever been at a friend's house and wished
you could remember that cool web site you put in your favorites last week?
Would you like to share your bookmarks and favorite web sites with your friends
but keep them hidden from everyone else?
Tags are categories or keywords that help you organize and find your links.
Jump directly to one of these popular Tags to browse links posted by Linkatopia members.
Larger font = more popular
Want your Linkatopia page to match your web site or blog? You can select from a
growing number of designs in our themes gallery or you if you know a little CSS,
you can make your own stylesheet. read more >
Click any of these designs to see how it works:
It's September 2020 and we're hard at work, upgrading this site a piece at a time. A number of people have
been using this site since 2007 and now we've decided to bring Linkatopia into the age of social media.
While Linkatopia's primary function is a bookmark manager, we'll be adding new features
like a mobile app, social media integration, expanded import functions, and more.
Stay tuned by checking the Linkatopia Blog >
What are you waiting for? Linkatopia is awesome!!
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