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| I add the urls to the Favorites menu of my browser until I have time to do
| something about them. Once I have a few minutes, I add them to an HTML
| I've created that organizes all my bookmarks hierarchically (e.g., under
| you: use Dreamweaver, a text editor, or whatever. Just make sure it's more
| or less standard HTML so you can open it in any HTML software.
One thing that really annoys me is that I can only access my IE or Netscape
favorites at one computer: if I find an interesting site at work, I cannot
remember the URL when I get home. I solved this problem by creating a weblog
that contains links to all my favorites. A weblog basically lets you create
an entry on an HTML page without having to start your HTML-editor or having
to (manually) FTP the data to your website.
Instead, I can access a shortcut menu in my browser that opens a small
publishing window. Here, I can simply enter the URL and some comments. It
gets uploaded to my website immediately, in a preformatted layout. This way,
I can access my favorites from any computer, and publishing literally takes
seconds. Nice extra: there's no limit to the number of weblogs I can make,
so right now, I'm setting up different ones for different topics. For an
example (in Dutch, but hey, you listmembers send me English examples all the
time *s*): www.geocities.com/mgroenewege
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