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No worry ! Pearltrees is very busy and (normally) very silent location... However, there is a private chat feature, but you have to choose carefully where you can locate it! For instance, you can decide with your chums to have an appointment on one of your "Pearls" (or better Pearltree) important : without comments nor shared by a team. Further, you can invite your chums to this very Pearltree. After doing so, you can have quiet private exchanges you can dream of. Hope I was clear ? ;-) by vincent4711 Feb 28

I thought this was the whole idea of the site... How unfortunate that you find us boring :( on a lighter tone, maybe there should be a chatter feature for a pearl so that comments remain clean and there's still room for fruitful (or just mundane) conversations? hope big pearl is listening by asfaltboy Feb 28

Hi ! Your discussion is absolutely fascinating ! Do you know that, according to Pearltrees features, every drop of your thoughts are publicized by mail to a gazillion (almost) of members ? With the best politeness I can use, I have to draw your attention that we are not exactly on Facebook here. ;-D by vincent4711 Feb 28

its an ancient but cool feature as described here: -- don't know if it is safe to sign up here.. be careful by asfaltboy Feb 28

Too bad but it seems that the hybrid is not working anymore (maybe connected to the password scandle?).. on the bright side, classic blog formatting is available for old-fashioned geeks by asfaltboy Feb 28

just FYI - does not seem to lead anywhere anymore, not even searchable on lifehacker blog - February 2011 by mojojuju Feb 27

A must have / must read / totally worth your time. There are real treasures in here. by bonnesadresses Feb 26

these guys are same group as gizmodo, kotaku, io9 amd others... and they offer a combined feed from sites you chose, for instance my hybrid page: has kotaku, (for games) io9 (random stuff) and lifehacker (gtd). You can create your own "fusion" site over here: by asfaltboy Nov 3