... where a neat rivulet of text shall meander
Yeah, there's a lot to be said for keeping your bookmarks away from your browser (just like there is for keeping your mailbase away from your mail client - thank Bob for IMAP) but I prefer to have control of my data myself, so here we use ol'bookmarks running as an application on our extranet server so we can access them from any PC anywhere.I used to make my bookmark tree public a la del.icio.us but in the end decided to stop as I couldn't see anyone really wanting to look at it for non-malicious purposes.(And yes, you're right, it is a silly name - quite unlike Little Pink Cloud ... or The Hug for that matter).
I'm not making all my bookmarks public. This is only going to be for a few that I'd particularly like to show people.And it's not a tree. That seems to be important. I really like trees generally but not for this sort of thing. I want tags for this (and for photos, too).
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