An average website can contain more information that you can possibly digest, with links to other pages and remote sites. It's easy to miss the information store on a page and it's very easy to navigate from a page by clicking on the wrong link. What you need is a ingenious system that enables you to store your favourite information, details about your interests and then will direct you when it finds relevant information on the web pages you visit.
BlueOrganizer 3.2 is a Firefox add-on that will attempt to revolutionise the way you browse the web. When it finds something that might meet your interests, you can right-click and find additional information. For instance, if you right click on a musicians name, you'll find links that will take you to many other web pages, blogs and other locations for this artist.
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