Sim Gamboa III said:
Side note: I am not remembering actually any URLs of these blogs, all I do is just fire up Google and then type in the keyword i.e. sacha wiki, theSpoke punzki, theSpoke Stanley, theSpoke Howard.
This brings me to a realization that "keywords" are important in managing information. Should there be a tool that manage keywords that manages information then that would be very useful.
URLs are rarely human-friendly. They require memorization. Keywords, on the other hand, are personally meaningful and much easier to remember.
I think of my brain as an index more than a database. <grin> I don't have to remember everything, as long as I have a general idea of what's out there and where to find more information. (I wonder if this preference is related to the general learner / specific learner.) Advantages: I can occasionally pull odd-but-useful information out of my head, and I'm good at searching for information. Disadvantages: When external data disappears, I'm stuck with vague handwaving and whatever's in my head. ;)
By the way, if you're looking for something to help you meta-tag the Net, I recommend del.icio.us. It's fun to use keywords to categorize sites, and it's even more fun to check out what other people have filed in interesting categories.