MyLastHomepage offers a free custom cloud computing webpage for a person's favorite websites.
Custom Cloud Computing for Your Favorite Websites
Online PR News – 19-October-2012 –MyLastHomepage LLC has released a new website to help organize the internet. MyLastHomepage.com allows users to create a customized homepage where one can store favorite links to other websites. Its quick, its easy, and it's free.
There is no longer a need to remember rarely visited website addresses. Once a link is placed on a MyLastHomepage, it can be accessed by a simple click of the mouse. MyLastHomepage is basically a form of cloud computing for one's favorite websites.
“The personal website can be accessed from any internet enabled device.”
To get started, click the sign up button and enter in a little information to create a unique page. All pages come with popular search engines, local weather, and a few daily educational widgets. The heart of MyLastHomepage.com is that it allows the user to save favorite websites to the page and organize them into Categories.
As soon as a user signs up, an easy to remember URL is created for that user. For easier access to the page, set it as the homepage for the internet browser. When the internet is started, this will become the first page a user sees.
An example of a user page can be see at mylasthomepage.com/example No html is needed to create a custom MyLastHomepage. A short instructional video can be found on the main page that walks through the process of creating a MyLastHomepage.
Changes can be made at any time. Add, delete, or edit links by entering a user name and password that was created during the sign up process. Only the user has access to edit their page.
A MyLastHomepage can be accessed from any internet enabled device. So whether its a work computer, home computer, tablet or smartphone, just go to MyLastHomepage.com and all the links are available at one's finger tips.
Founded in 2011, MyLastHomepage LLC was created by a college student who was tired of having to remember websites for all his classes. He decided to create a personal webpage to store all his "favorite" websites. After many requests by other students to make custom pages for them, the site was completely revamped to allow users to create their own page. MyLastHomepage.com was born as a free and easy way to organize and customize the internet.