5 open-source codes from Pearltrees

Pearltrees’ objective is to bring about the democratization of the Web by enabling users to become individually and collectively editors of their own Web [founding principles]. Such a democratization of the web made openness and transparency core values in every aspect of Pearltrees. Today this brings us to release 5 open-source parts of Pearltrees. Pearltrees’ [...]

Firefox features Pearltrees in France!

We’re very excited that Pearltrees has been featured in France by Firefox. For us, this is truly a next step in our relationship with Firefox community. It’s also an indication of how well aligned Pearltrees and Mozilla are in terms of values and ethics. Here are a few cool facts about the Pearltrees Firefox extension: [...]

From Social Bookmarking to Social Curation

Yesterday, Yahoo announced their intention to shut down Delicious. It is a sad piece of news. Delicious has been a great source of inspiration to us and a major contribution to the possibility of a humanly organized web. This announcement is not the end of the idea, though. It is a signal that it is [...]