That is how most of our online explorations begin. A click here, a click there and pretty soon we start finding information-rich gems on the
Web. Some of these gems trigger a spark -- it's funny, it's not funny; it's poorly written, it's well written; it solves a problem, it creates
a problem. Many a times, you find something you would like to keep -- because it's useful reference or maybe just because. It could be useful
information for the upcoming interview for your dream job or a little known remedy for your friend's illness or condition. Whatever it is, when you find
something that moves you, how do you keep it around? Bookmark? Copy-paste? Remember the link as the "5th link
on page 3" of your favorite search engine's results page? How do you share it? Email? Tweet? After all that, how do you store the spark that
resulted? With Thot Of This, we think we have a better idea for building collections of such sparks and sharing that expertise with your
network. Sure enough, we preserve the URLs for you, but it doesn't end there. Alongside the URL, we also keep your witty comments, flames, critiques and
expert opinions--called Thots. And you see these URLs and thots together any time, every time, from around-the-world and from any smart device!
Like all good ideas, Thot Of This was born out of necessity. Its imaginator and designer, Naresh Apte became increasingly frustrated with the lack of a perfect service to do the job. Being a technologist by day, night, summer, winter, he was always researching on the
Web and reacting to the content. He wanted to create the perfect tool to keep both the URL and the thots together. When not writing code, he can be found discussing current events with friends,
networking with customers and partners and saving his tweaks to technology how-to's--all using Thot Of This. Naresh enlisted his colleague Toral Kale and rest of the team.
Toral also found many reasons to keep her own thots along with URLs. For her, it was recipes (and her fixes), home improvements projects (and the instructions for her husband) and gift ideas
(again with instructions for her husband!). She has quickly become our "Chief User".
The Thot of This team is constantly thinking about how to make it easier, friendlier and better for you (and us). The team members,
who miraculously don't seem to need sleep or vacations, are confident that you will find Thot Of This as useful in your life as it does
Have an idea on how to make it better? Send us a Thot !