iBreadCrumbs – free and nice tool for Web research

A few days ago I have downloaded very interesting  free tool for Web research iBreadCrumbs. Users – students, teachers, professionals and researchers.

A short extract about this tool

iBreadCrumbs.com (www.ibreadcrumbs.com) was founded by two California State University Fullerton (CSUF) graduates, Reuben Fine and Rey Marques, who, as students, became extremely frustrated at the inefficiency and redundancy of gathering research. They created this site to empower students and researchers worldwide to save and share their research with others in a fast, free and easy way. Users simply download the free iBreadCrumbs toolbar, search the Internet as usual and click on the webpages visited to share with others. Users can also add notes and references to every page visited and save the web history for colleagues to see the sites and review the content they viewed – saving time and reducing redundancy in gathering research.

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