Fri, Apr 25, 2008, 2:15am Safari Window Sprawl
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ver since I was told about Safari's "Reopen All Windows From Last Session" option, I have been unable to control the flow of webpages that I feel I should get back to.

Before this option, at least once in a while, I'd have to close all the windows, dragging weblock bookmarks to a set of folders and perhaps naming the folder "get to soon." Quickly it became apparent that such folders should also include the date, because I never get to them in a reasonable time period.

I have such folders going back years now. In an effort to not create that problem, I've run into this other one. Basically, I can't read or even skim all the webpages I find interesting or useful. No idea how to solve this perpetual issue. When I'm on vacation that I realize I don't need to read any of them. Yet when I'm back in the saddle the habit comes back.

(Apologies for the photo-realistic Safari warning if that threw anyone off.)

  • Javier (Fri, April 25th, 2008, 3:29am UTC)
    Same problem here!

    To make it smaller. I use Firefox and Safari, so I have 20 tabs in two windows in each browser…

  • Zack (Wed, April 30th, 2008, 12:37am UTC)
    I had the same problem, then I started using delicious instead of normal bookmarks. I just tag them with 'later' and then I'll get to them… or I won't. But at least I won't be worrying about it.

  • Zack (Wed, April 30th, 2008, 12:38am UTC)
    (I set up my first bookmark bar bookmark to the 'Add to delicious' bookmarklet, and the second one to my delicious page, that way I can use CMD+1/2 respectively.)

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