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With millions of sites and more than 1 billion pages on the Web, any active Internet surfer knows the value of the bookmark — or favorites — feature on the browser. This handy organizer allows the user to save the link to a visited page for an easy repeat visit. A few developers offer enhanced versions of those built-in bookmark organizers, aiming for the user who wants better organization or access to the lists from multiple computers. Here are a few: Clickgarden www.clickgarden.com Clickgarden Professional 1.3 is a browser enhancement that includes an organizer module allowing a user to store anything found on the Web: pages, links, images or other features. The saved items can be organized in collections — or folders — that allow easy management. A downloaded version of the program costs $49.95, but the developer offers a free 15-day trial version. Backflip www.backflip.com Backflip takes an innovative approach to saving and organizing bookmarks. Instead of saving bookmarks on a user’s computer, the service saves them on its own Web site in a secure folder that can be accessed from any PC. After the program is set up, a special button is displayed on the browser. The user then can simply click the Backflip button and save the file, which can be located later through a search. The service is free. Blink.com www.blink.com The free MySites feature of Blink.com works in a manner similar to Backflip’s, but it adds a gimmick: reward points that can be accumulated with visits to the site. Then those points can be redeemed for prizes. Blink also offers a professional version for $3 a month that allows customization, collaboration and promises not to annoy the user with pop-up or banner ads. MyBookmarks www.mybookmarks.com This free Web-based service allows users to save and organize their bookmarks online with the importation of bookmarks from Internet Explorer, Netscape or America Online. iKeepBookmarks.com www.ikeepbookmarks.com The free iKeepBookmarks service sets itself apart by offering a tour option that allows the user to set up a navigation bar allowing sequential visits to a predefined collection of Web pages. This feature can be useful for anyone who monitors certain sites on a regular basis. Virtual Bookmarks www.virtual-bookmarks.com This site is in beta testing, but it promises to be free for life, offering password-protected bookmark organization available from any computer.

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