But there's something missing: I've been at the computer too long, and my follow-through energy has been used up. So I accumulate dozens of open windows full of this stuff until the computer finally crashes in protest. Back when I used MSIE, you could only open about 12 browser windows before a crash. Now , with FireFox and tabbed browsing, I can get up to hundreds of tabs before a crash, and there are ways to recover the set of tabs post-crash, unlike MSIE.
I've built my own bookmarklet for use with del.icio.us which is ALMOST shiny enough to keep up with the shininess of the interweb. ALMOST. It gives me a quick and easy way to harvest these links without tripping a breaker on the follow-through. I should write up these tools I've made and share them for the two or three (million?) of you who share this problem. I have not done so yet because I don't love you none.
No, seriously though, I'll write it up and put it in here. Later. I do love you.
My spacebardoes not love me. As you maybe have noticed. But it'll take an hour or so to disassemble and clean this laptop to fix that.... meantime I can just TYPE HARDER