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Saturday, October 15, 2005

 
This is a very cool utility, I really like this. Slogger is a product that allows you to download pages to your hard disk, so you can store and keep them locally. Nothing particularly new about this of course. However, it's a Firefox extension, which makes it really easy to use, and it also adds the page that you've added to your Furl, Spurl or My Yahoo! collection. It's very easy to configure, but Lifehacker has a really easy to follow install guide. Not only does it mean I can quickly and easily access my stored pages locally, it means that I'm not locked into any particular service.

If you like storing pages, this is definately worth having!

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