Scott Williams- President, Emisare, Inc.Stash is really solid for simple and elegant sharing of links and collection of links.
Co.DesignThe internet bookmark aspires to be the digital equivalent of the sticky note you paste on an important page in a college textbook. But that's where the metaphor falls apart. If the internet is a college textbook, it's an infinitely dense one, where every chapter covers a different subject, and someone has stuck a sticky note on every page.
TechCrunchThere are a number of ways to save links from the web for later access, whether that's marking articles to read later via apps like Instapaper or Pocket, pinning shopping inspiration to Pinterest, creating playlists on YouTube or even just using a browser's bookmarking feature.
Field GuideArtificial intelligence is being used to power everything from messaging apps to Bluetooth speakers, so why not apply similar smarts to your web bookmarking service? That's the idea behind Stash, available for your phone and your browser, and here's how it works.