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Arrrrrrrrgh... Too many bookmarks!!!
Vixus at 1:14PM, Oct. 20, 2006
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I wish, oh I wish for a better way of organising my bookmarks. I read a load of blogs and such on art and web design and I bookmark them all for future reference. Thing is, I never actually go back to them day-by-day because they're buried in my bookmark tree. I wish there was a way of knowing when a site had been updated. It's easy enough for the RSS enabled sites, but others…?
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suzi at 4:52AM, Oct. 21, 2006
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I used to have that problem, and then Firefox RANDOMLY EXPLODED during an “upgrade” and ALL my bookmarks amassed since 2003 were MERCILESSLY OBLITERATED. Now I organize them as I add them. It's sad.
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Locoma at 11:23AM, Oct. 21, 2006
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I use “webmon”
http://www.btinternet.com/~markwell/webmon/
(check out the features listed there)

I use it with sites with or without RSS and ATOM feeds
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Terminal at 11:26AM, Oct. 21, 2006
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I don't book mark, I just remember.
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Mimarin at 3:55PM, Oct. 21, 2006
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is it just me or do a person's bookmarks say alot about them as a person?

anyhow Folders works fine for me, keeping things catagorised helps big lists.
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