Note: I am not in any way affilicated with this product. This is just me pointing you to something I found and think is pretty cool.
If you're like me, you read a lot of stuff online. So often at the end of the day I have 20 tabs open on my Firefox browser, each with an article, site or blog post I meant to read that day. But then someone turned me on to Zotero.
Zotero is a super easy Firefox extension that adds some pretty incredible cataloging tools to your browser. I've been playing with it for a few weeks now and have to say, LOVE IT. It's so simple and easy and that is what makes it great.
After you add it to your browser, you just surf as usual. When you find something you want to save to reference later, you just click the Zotero link in the footer of your browser. It opens this:
and prepopulates much of the information for you. You can add custom notes, tags, and more. There is also the ability to load in bibliographic citation information in your preferred format and I think you can even save just sections of a page, but I havent' tried that yet.
Thus far, I have found this to be a great tool for saving and then finding (saved versions). Between the folder tree and the tags, you can pretty much find anything in a few seconds.
Check it out and let me know what you think. Are you using something else to catalog and organize the information you find on the net? If so, let me know what you think of it. I'm always looking for new tools.