I have two kinds of bookmarks in my browser. Some give me quick access to pages I visit so often that I could type their URLs in my sleep; the rest sit there forgotten, having been declared interesting on one visit some time agoand I no longer have any clue what drew my attention to them. When I decide to bookmark a page, I know exactly what interests me about it, and at that moment, I can easily add a little note or commentmaybe a link to some of my own stuffto remind me of what I find relevant…
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