Protopage for keeping track of links, feeds, notes, etc
By uejio on Dec 27, 2005
I've been using Yahoo to keep track of my links, feeds, and notes for at least a year or two and it works for me. But, the layout has always been tricky I end up with the lefthand column wide and really long and the righthand column to be narrow and shorter. So, I'm always scrolling down to get to what I want to read since I keep adding more RSS feeds.
Today, while working on a kitchen project and listening to Inside the Net podcast, I heard about Protopage. It looks like it can keep track of bookmarks, RSS feeds, and notes, and has a very flexible layout. You can also export pages as public and keep other pages private. For example, I have several feeds, notes, and bookmarks at my protopage, but if someone else clicks there, they see only one note.
I did find that the notes editor kept messing up and wouldn't let me save if I tried adding a link. Oh well, maybe it doesn't work too well in Mozilla 1.7.12.