Tuesday, August 17, 2004

If your bookmarks and favorites are out of control, try using a web content manager.
A content manager will let you save copies of web pages to a permanent storage site, in customized categories. They also provide search and browse capabilities to help you find them again. This article describes how they work and links to several. This article hypes ContentSaver, which is fee-based. But some of the others, like Furl are free and work on Macs.


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