Q: I send a lot of URLs to my friends over email, IM, Twitter and other platforms. Copy/pasting one Web address isn't a problem, but what are you supposed to do when you want to share more than one site? Am I stuck copying one URL at a time?
A: At least a half-dozen times a day, I double-click my browser's address bar, CTRL-C and CTRL-P, sending whatever page on the Web I'm looking at over to a friend or colleague I'm simultaneously talking to on iChat. Every once in a while, I'll copy/paste a URL into an email -- to illustrate a point, to call attention to a particularly strong piece of writing, to promote something from the site you're currently reading.
But what if you want to send more than one URL? What if you have a series of tabs open in your browser that are related and you want to send all of them at once? (Oftentimes, I find myself sending a long list of links to stories about a particular topic I want to do more research on to either my personal or professional inbox; maybe you're in a similar position.) Before Tabulate, the only option you had -- the only option I was aware of, anyway -- was to copy/paste all of those links into a single document. And, while that certainly isn't the biggest of your problems, it does get a little tedious.