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A Plethora of Bookmarks

8 November 2007

I have too many bookmarks, people. What I really mean is, I have too many bookmarks in my Bookmarks Bar. You know, that thing that you can use to have a select few extra-special Web pages at your fingertips?

Do you see how the Bookmarks Bar not only spills over the width of my screen, but also bleeds both up and down? Can you see that some of those bookmark buttons are actually *folders* within the Bookmarks Bar? How many bookmarks can someone have on their Bookmarks Bar?

I don’t know, but I’d venture to guess that my one thousand seven hundred sixty (note the nice, even number, tho!) is TOO DAMN MANY.

I admit I often drag a bookmark to the Bar when I find something interesting that I may want to check back for when I have more time (for example, beer chocolate cake — wouldn’t *that* be on your list of must-retrieve links?). But, dutch babies? Cheap yarn in Germany? Stretchy co? (That last one is really useful, though; it’s how to make a stretchy cast-off for when knitting, say, the top of a toe-up sock.)

Would you like some links? ‘Cause I’ve got more than my share:

  • The Postcrossing Project: A postcard exhange. (I just learned about this one today, so it’s fresh! [thanks, Marsha])
  • Librivox: Audio versions of books in the public domain. You can listen, you can volunteer and record some for others. Cool.
  • Bookmaking: A video how-to on making photo-covered notebooks.
  • Go ahead, eat a dutch baby. You know you want to.
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