link.fish is a Berlin based Startup which is still in the Beta-Phase.
We want to make the information on the web easily accessible for everybody. To make that possible do we work on a totally new kind of bookmark manager which understand the data behind the urls. It will open a totally new way for people to interact with websites.
Sounds great, but what does that really mean?
Currently every website exists in its own world. You can see the information on the page but you can not use it. An easy example would be looking for a new apartment. It works fine as long as you look on just one single page. You can display them on a map and sort them by price, filter them and so on. But what happens if you look on multiple pages? Suddenly you have to start to extract the information manually and save everything in text-files. Or lets even go one step further. You do not just want to see the apartments from different pages on a map, you also want to see at the same time your favorite restaurants from Yelp? Or maybe even some of the tourist attractions from Wikipedia.
The above example seems like something that should be possible since years. Sadly it is not.
link.fish will change that! It would be great if you could give us a hand!