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Funny you said "funkier" since the title of the page is "Funky Ferret Web Portal" ;) It was my very first attempt at web crafting -- complete with a cheesy picture I drew in GIMP -- but still useful after all these years!
Very handy when I'm travelling and mooching time on someone else's computer!
At home and the office, I'm using Opera now, so I have a few links as buttons across the bottom of my window.
[edited by: Slade at 4:09 am (utc) on Oct. 2, 2002]
On a windows machine it still exists, but it's somewhere else. Search for favorites or something.
I also occasionally ftp this file to my webserver so I can grab my favorites when I'm gone.
The most used are in the toolbar at the top of the browser window. The rest are in bookmarks and/or a file buried deep on one of my websites.
I am about to go and download a program called LinkStash (briefly reviewed in a UK computer magazine last month) that promises to store bookmarks in an orderly manner away from the browser. I am interested to see if there is a simple way to get the links into LinkStash in the first place. I hope it adds a menu option to the browser or something.