Protopage for keeping track of links, feeds, notes, etc

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.

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