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[quote=rodocop] Yes, I know about extension for fast Google bookmarking and I've been using it for sometime, but: - it's not so easy as [url=http://www.linkagogo.com/]LGG[/url] because I had to manually fill in the bookmark description (and something more??? I can't remember exactly...) - it captures 'Shift+G' combination which is moveton IMHO (I need this to simply write something as 'Google' or 'Gates' - thanks guenter he doesn't use capital 'G' ;-) - I don't like Google bookmarking service - it seems ugly for me... [b]I've promised to say smthng about noticeable services. So here I go:[/b] 1) One of the most original and attractive is [url=http://sitebar.org]SiteBar[/url] and I like to work there and it imports my collection pretty good with all the i10n support but: - it limits you to only 500 links in free version ([sub]Hadn't I noted that my service must be free? Really hadn't I? Oh, I hadn't forgotten it - I just hoped you can guess :P[/sub]) - it's bookmarklet can't get working in KM - it is designed specially for using in sidebar (so it has some calembour in his name) thus KM isn't the best host browser since 1.6v. I've tried to use it with Juxtapozer but it won't login in such way. 2) Another OBM (online bookmark manager) that looks interesting on screens was [url=http://www.onlinebookmarkmanager.com/screenshots/index.php]onlinebookmarkmanager.com[/url] but it is now closed being transformed into new promising service. So I'll be waiting... 3) If you prefer [u]tagged bookmark management[/u] over 'foldered', you can stick with [url=http://www.diigo.com]Diigo[/url]. The Diigolet - advanced Diigo bookmarklet - is fully workable in KM and it allows you not only bookmark page but also to highlight and add sticky-notes to pages and share links on social nets. I like the way it works but I prefer hierarchical structure of link collection so I leave Diigo as the second (but really beautiful) option.[/quote]
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