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Help Requested: Massive Amounts of Bookmarks Problem/Solution?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by No1here, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. No1here

    No1here Regular Member

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    Hey guys,

    Here's the thing, over the years I have accumulated (probably) tens of thousands of bookmarks. A majority of them are on Internet Marketing and quite frankly, I've lost control of my bookmarks.

    So I'm asking the BHW community if you have any suggestions.

    The way I would like to handle my bookmarks is kind of like a "Tab" based "Speed Dial" system like you might have in Firefox or Opera.

    I would be quite happy if I could run a personal bookmark online page for my own use (I don't even want the search engines prying into them).

    None of the online socialbookmarking sites out there meet my needs so I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas?

    Naturally a "drag and drop" system of bookmarking would be nice but if I have to put something together in Dreamweaver then that's fine but I'd love some ideas on the best way to implement this?

    I'm not crazy about the idea of using wordpress for this as it is relatively server intensive but even that would be ok if I could easily implement it.

    So, anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. blindboy

    blindboy Junior Member

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    Not that this answers your question, but I treated bookmarks like files, if I have used them for 6 months they get deleted.
     
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  3. the_demon

    the_demon Jr. Executive VIP

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    www.xmarks.com might be of some use to you...

    Honestly though, if you have thousands of bookmarks you might want to re-evaluate what is important... I mean, do you really visit 10K websites on a regular basis?