So I don't know if you're familiar with this Internets thingy, but apparently there's a lot of great stuff out there. Case in point - DayTipper... what an incredibly useful set of stuff. The problem is that many if not all of the items are very specific. For example, getting a splinter out with no pain. The problem with this is that it's so specific, that it's almost silly to bookmark. I only need this bit of information when I actually need it. And considering I can barely keep important bits of info in there, like the address of my wife's blog, I can hardly expect to have this kind of stuff in my CPU registers, my second level cache, or even stored on disk... it's likely to be the kind of thing on tape backup. My question is what is the best way to maintain an index of this stuff, either in my head or my computer so that it can be readily accessible? Right now, it's a mix of my email inbox in a folder (and then just search), my favorites and my rss feeds. None of these are particularly good. Del.ico.us?
Posted over 5 years ago