Mister Linker is a free web gadget provided by Concho Software, San Angelo TX
This widget provides a central repository for shared web links. The design is simple and
oriented toward individuals who own/use multiple devices. If you typically use several
different PCs and mobile devices, Mister Linker provides a single landing where you can
access important links from any device.
How it works
Links enter the repository via email and become associated with the sender's email address.
Once in the database, you may easily access your links by pointing any browser device to this web address: http://misterlinker.com/your@email
Assuming your personal email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
simply create a new message to Links@misterlinker.com
using the following format:
- The text in the subject field becomes the title for your link.
- The URL you wish to store should be the first line of the body of the message.
Any additional content in the email is ignored.
This app works smoothly with the
Send From Gmail Chrome extension.
Step 2. From any device, point the web browser to
you will see a list of your links.
Note - After the initial access, (If cookies are enabled for the device) you may omit your email from the
address and simply access http://misterlinker.com
This site makes use of your email address to establish an index of the recorded links. No attempt is made
to verify ownership. There are no passwords. In short, there is absolutely NO privacy other
than your ability to keep others from knowing
your email address. (if someone knows your email address, they will be able to view your saved links)
By using MisterLinker, you agree that we accept no responsibility for your use of the service.
The links you record here are under your control and entirely for your personal use. We make no
promises for continued operation of the site or maintenance of the database. The links you save
may be lost because of equipment failure or other cause. The system automatically removes links
which appear to be connected with pornography, spam, malware or sites promoting subversion.