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Tuesday, April 01, 2003

 
There's a product called 'Backflip' and it's designed to let you copy your bookmarks or favorites to a central server so that you can access them from anywhere. I set up an account a while ago but never got around to using it. Since I've recently added a whole bunch of bookmarks for a course that I'm running, I thought I'd take a more indepth look. I'm sorry to say, but it's awful It's badly put together, the interface is appalling and it's irritating in the extreme. Worst of all, it's got pop-up's left right and centre. I use a pop-up killer and this just walked past it (by constantly changing the names of the pop-up wondows). Dreadful, dreadful dreadful. I'm never going to use it again - I'll look around and see if I can find anything that's better.