In the wake of recent changes in Google Reader, I'm forced to find a new way of sharing links. What I'm looking for is a way to privately share links with just one person. Basically, this is what I need:
- When browsing, I have to be able to bookmark a link, preferably with one or two clicks and an optional comment, from Opera, Chrome and Firefox.
- That link has to be shared to the RSS feed which can be accessed by one other person which can comment on it (I could live without commenting though).
- Privacy is a must. Just me and one other person. No public profile pages, social networking, likes, plus-ones and similar stuff.
Is there anything like this?
Google Bookmarks showed promise, it was able to share a list with a certain person, however default "Add to list" bookmarklet doesn't work in Opera, and there is no way to see list as RSS. Delicious has RSS and some sort of ability to send link to someone (for:username tag), but I have to both tag it and mark it as private for every link. But it will kinda have to work if I don't find something better/simpler. Are there any other alternatives? Or a Delicious bookmarklet which automatically tags a link and makes it private?
EDIT: It seems that I can't mark link as "private" and have it shared with a friend; therefore for sharing links on Delicious they have to be visible to everyone. This sucks. The alternative that comes to mind is using shared account and marking all links as private, or giving your private RSS feed key to a friend (which means that untrustworthy friend can look at your private links if he so wishes).