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Mozilla bookmark group swapping: a proof of concept

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06:47 PM ET (US)
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xochiPerson was signed in when posted
02:41 PM ET (US)
nice job on this Cory. Works like a charm - and no more waiting for the S L O W Onion servers.
Chris AdamsPerson was signed in when posted
04:50 AM ET (US)
IE5 Mac has a similar feature - you can drag a page into the page holder sidebar. It has a modal Links button which either renders the page normally (albeit in a narrow column) or shows only the links, which open in the main window.
Chris2Person was signed in when posted
10:55 PM ET (US)
There's a "portable self-downloading multi-bookmark system"
at that does something like this.
Here's a description from a page on the site:
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Suppose I have a list of regularly changing Web pages
I like to look at regularly (or even semi-regularly?)
They could be 'blogs,' news pages, or even daily comic
strips. I might be in different locations, using different
computers. I might sometimes or often
be in places where I don't have broadband access.
What should my bookmarks list be like?

  • Portable - it should travel along with me wherever
          I can get Web access, without my bothering to haul
          physical storage media.
  • Self-Downloading - If I am someplace without broadband
          access, I don't want to have to click on each
          individual bookmark and wait for it to download. I
          want my daily bookmarks list to do the downloading
          for me. When my bookmarks list has
          downloaded the Web pages into the local browser cache,
          I can look at the pages more conveniently.
  • Easy to Edit - I should be able to edit it quickly &
          easily, requiring only fairly basic Web access.
  • Multiple Collections - Maybe I like to look at one set
          of pages every day, and another set of pages only once
          a week. Or maybe I want to look at a particular set of
          pages when I am in a frivolous mood, and a different
          collection when I feel like reading about a particular
          serious topic. So multiple collections should be easy
          to create and maintain.
  • Easy Backups and Data Extraction - I should be able to
          back up the data easily and extract it for my own use.
          It should be easy for me to keep my data from being
          "locked in" by a vendor who is uncooperative or who
          won't tell me my password.
          My data belongs to me!

Edward VielmettiPerson was signed in when posted
06:12 PM ET (US)
I've done similar with Opera bookmarks - mighty handy. Is there a way for IE to open up a mess of pages with a single click?
jleaderPerson was signed in when posted
04:07 PM ET (US)
Is there a keyboard shortcut for switching between tabs in the Win version of Moz?

Ctrl-PgUp and Ctrl-PgDn work for me.
KlintPerson was signed in when posted
03:05 PM ET (US)
Couple questions for Moz-heads and RSS-heads

Is there a keyboard shortcut for switching between tabs in the Win version of Moz? In Opera you can do this, I think, by shift-tab. I haven't been able to find anything about it in the documentation

Any recommendations for RSS aggregators? I've used Fyuze and Newsisfree, but the selection of feeds is limited. Also, I've tried using Amphetadesk, but I can't use it at work, on friends' computers, etc. I've come across a couple server side solutions, but I've had problems installing them. I guess I could spend some more time messing with them, but does anyone know of any extremely simple CGI aggregators, or web based aggregators that would let me add feeds at will?
Higgins Whilshire IV, EsqPerson was signed in when posted
02:12 PM ET (US)
Just the idea of it gives me this horrid flashbacks to Marimba and 'push-content' desktop.

I'm ok now.
Jack F. MancillaPerson was signed in when posted
01:41 PM ET (US)
This is a good step. Working with aggregators is great. If you use RadioUserland to publish your rss feed, you can also include enclosures. ... I have wanted to develop a NetNewspaper delivery like this that also downloads the high resolution video and and cubic VR overnight as well.

So that in the morning, when you look at your news, you have instant access to your video on demand, without waiting for the download or the lower quality streaming. Your tabs could be various sections, World, Sports, War.

There is so much that can be done with this kind of content delivery. ... I would be interested in helping make this come true.

Edited 08-02-2002 01:51 PM
BuzzPerson was signed in when posted
12:36 PM ET (US)
so many tabs open reminds me that this laptop needs more memory *sigh*
Mark SlutskyPerson was signed in when posted
12:18 PM ET (US)
I'm going to try it too... I must say I love the tabbing. My favourite thing about Mozilla (besides the ad-blocking capabilities).
Cory DoctorowPerson was signed in when posted
12:04 PM ET (US)
Whups! Try it again now.
xochiPerson was signed in when posted
11:59 AM ET (US)
your link is broken... Interesting idea - can't wait to try it.

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