Firefox bookmarks

by Peter Tyrrell Wednesday, April 04, 2007 2:59 PM

I've been using the extension for Firefox for a few months now. My demands for an online bookmark system were simple: it had to be available from anywhere, even if I'm at someone else's machine (easy), and it also had to integrate seamlessly with the existing browser bookmark interface (erk, not so easy).

Well, heck, the extension does both admirably. I can continue to use the bookmark treeview I'm used to, or use a search-as-you-type approach, or browse by tag. To tell you the truth, I'm hooked on the search-as-you-type so completely now I almost never browse my bookmarks by folder. I have a *lot* of bookmarks now anyway, and trying to organize or navigate them by digging down through nested folders is a fool's errand.

Adding a new bookmark is also very quick indeed. I don't have to choose a folder it belongs in, all I have to do is label it with some tags. Tags are recommended to me from popular tags other people have used on the same page, plus tags I've used before. I'm also given complete-as-you-type suggestions with the number of times I've used the tag before. Brilliant. Bookmarks Firefox add-on:

quick tour:


@Inmagic - March 2007 newsletter and upcoming tradeshows

by Administrator Monday, April 02, 2007 5:14 PM
The latest @Inmagic newsletter is now available from the Inmagic website.

This features information on new Inmagic management positions, plus updates on various products.

Springtime is conference season and the newsletter also lists the events where Inmagic will be exhibiting. Tradeshows are an an excellent opportunity to see the latest products or versions so please be sure to visit the Inmagic booth, or come and visit with us at the upcoming BCLA, CALL or CHLA conferences.

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Inmagic Expands Executive Management Team

by Administrator Monday, April 02, 2007 5:07 PM
Inmagic, Inc., has announced that Mike Cassettari and Wally McKenzie have joined the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing and Chief Client Officer respectively. In addition, Andy Park has been promoted to Chief Technology Officer.

Read the full Press Release for more information.

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