The Internet could be regarded as one large newspaper. We browse the web for our favourite news, discussion pages and blogs and print the information we require. This is a waste of resources. Another alternative would be to store the pages offline, on your computer. This would enable you to quickly revert to pages or snippets of information you've found, but not had chance to read through properly.
ScrapBook 1.1 is a Firefox extension that enables you to store pages, news and snippets of information that you find interesting, when you surf the web. The information is stored until you want to remove it from Firefox and, as it will work offline, you don't even need to go back on to the net to access the stored page. Ideal for users who have limited net access via their laptop. Download ScrapBook 1.1 and see if it enhances your Firefox browsing experience.
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