forcer: If I run across an interesting URL, I file it right away with some context clues.
forcer: If I need to refer to it again, I use a small elisp function that searches my notes.
forcer: It's a bit more context-sensitive than bookmarks, and it allows me to share the data with other people.
forcer: If I feel diligent, I put it into my BBDB. Then I can hippie-expand from it in my mail and in chat.
forcer: For example, tldpM-/ is
so to say, you have a list of URLs and associated text :)
forcer: The Linux Documentation Project (http://www.tldp.org) is an excellent resource for newbies and
experienced users alike. Check out its HOWTOs and guides for tons of information. There's a Linux Cookbook in
there too, I think...
forcer: Not really. I have random blog notes which occasionally have URLs. I can search on that and on the text
forcer: I can also figure out when I visited a site...
forcer: ... and since planner.el captures all sorts of annotations, I can usually even tell you how I found out
about the page - it gets linked to an e-mail or to another planner page...
forcer: The e-mail links take me directly to the article, if it hasn't been expired yet.
forcer: If not, well, it's a message ID and it has the author's name, so I guess I can just search.
forcer: Pretty useful system, a bit more flexible than bookmarks (at least for me.)