Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Saving Webpages

Are you tired of having to write down URLs that you then can't find? Or saving sites as favorites and then not remembering what the URL stands for? Looksmart has just acquired, a site created by Mike Giles of Amherst, and this may be just what you are looking for.

To quote their website: "Furl is a tool for saving, sharing and finding information (you know, the pages you want to save for future reference but then can never find again). At the core, Furl is a place to store content you find on the Internet and know that you can find it again at any time in the future (i.e. articles, product descriptions, web sites, e-commerce receipts, etc.)... [by] enter[ing] any word or phrase you remember from it. "

Furl is free and offers 5 GB of storage to each user. Try it out, and see if it works for you.


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