Re: Looking for a bookmark manager/server

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On 10/19/06, Mark Haney <[email protected]> wrote:
Kirk Lowery wrote:
> For several years I've been using Bookmark4u, a PHP-4/MySQL-based
> bookmark manager, running it on my own webserver. There's been no
> update for more than three years and it's abandonware. No problem,
> except that moving to PHP5 breaks it.
> I've been looking around, but there doesn't seem to be any actively
> maintained bookmark server out there. I've looked at Bookmark Manager
> (BKM), but that, too, is two years out of date.
> What are folks using these days?
> TIA!
> Kirk
I don't know about everyone else, but I've really like the Google
BrowserSync Firefox extension.  I'm not entirely sure what you use your
BM manager for, so this may not be an appropriate suggestion, but it
works really well.

Part of my job includes searching the web for various kinds of information. I store the URLs in a database with dozens of categories and subcategories. I need to search more than 4,000 URLs, make comments on them, etc., all the while being available from anywhere that I travel and have an internet connection. Bookmark4u and Bookmark Manager allow one to do all these things.


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