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February 02, 2006

Converting Yojimbo bookmarks

Yojimbo is a new information management tool from Bare Bones Software. I downloaded the demo and played around with it. One of the preferences allows you to choose to store URLs as bookmarks or web-archives. As I usually use bookmarks, I left it at that setting and dragged a few bookmarks in. Then I decided I wanted to change my mind and use a web-archive for a particular bookmark. Probably a contextual menu... Nope. Hmmmm. After fiddling around, I discovered a quick way to do it...

Go to the URL entry, click on 'Copy URL'. Press F8 and make sure web-archive is selected. Type in a subject and press enter. Easy as....

Posted by Ozguru at February 2, 2006 06:00 AM


Alternately... open the bookmark, drag the resulting page into the Yojimbo dock and you don't even need to fill in the subject...

Posted by: Ozguru at February 2, 2006 10:32 AM

Is it just me or does anyone else wonder what saying "Hello" (Yo) to your mate "Jim" (Jimbo) has to do with information management?

Posted by: Ozguru at February 2, 2006 10:33 AM