Primal Pages takes website creation one step further by providing one click fully populated page creation. Yep, all you’ve got to do is think of a topic, enter it in the box and the system will create a full – and we mean full – page complete with data on your chosen topic.
The data is culled from around the Web, and includes the usual stuff from Wikipedia and search engines alongside more specialised sources such as Amazon and Yahoo! News. It’s all rather clever, and with some tweaking could end up very useful for students and enthusiasts who need single page access to custom information. In some ways it’s a new form of search engine, but done in an almost wiki style.
You need to register to retain the page you’ve created, after which it gets its own personal domain name, and you can share the page with any conventional route like Facebook or even restyle it so it fits in with your existing web page. Neat.
Primal Pages takes your ideas and illustrates them with content from around the web. Here are some ways you might use it: * Read up on your favorite topic. Imagine a website organized around your interests. Create a site about something that interests you and explore content from across the Web. * Blog without blogging. Capture all those great ideas you wish you had time to blog about and let Primal create the content for you. Share your site on Twitter or Facebook.