Dugg: Three Little Tips for Capturing Info Bits Quickly | Steve Rubel / Micro Persuasion

Steve Rubel wrote on June 21, 2008:

“(…) Sometimes, I want to flag something quickly to review later. Usually, these are tiny bits of info – notes or bookmarks – I need to capture very quickly. Here are three ways I do that. (…)

  1. Use the Google Web History for Quick Notes – (a handy history feature that archives all of your searches by date and time);
  2. Annotate Bookmarks and Feeds with a Private Friendfeed Room – (grab this bookmarklet and start capturing stuff; start importing RSS feeds into a private room);
  3. Use a Link-Trapping Service for Reading Lists. – (LaterLoop takes the cake) (…)”

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