Krunchd helps people pass on links

Communicating on the Internet often involves sharing links—lots of them. Many people turn to sites like Delicious and Digg, which help them pass on the best of what the Web has to offer.

Add Krunchd, launched in beta on December 9, to the growing list.

Created by Vancouver-based Web developers Jeff Kee and Jordan Brill, Krunchd allows anyone to quickly make a list of up to 30 links.

Submitting the links creates a permanent editable page on the site. Its short address—, for example—means it’s perfect for sharing via e-mail and microblogging.




Dec 22, 2008 at 12:06pm

Lots of brilliant minds here in Vancouver. Technology especially I've noticed many great projects and ideas.

I'm not the most intelligent, but I always have an opinion.

James Brown

Jun 4, 2009 at 12:17pm

I'd much rather use as they let you edit your links and add new ones.