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  Found this useful little piece of software. Works as an add-on to IE/Firefox.

If there is a snippet of information on a website that you want to keep (e.g a quote, a book you'd like to read, something you want to research) you can just clip the bit of the page out, rather like you would in 'the old days' with newspapers.

It's free, and I am finding it very useful. You can add your clips directly to your blog, as well.

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7th May 2007
Voice for the Missing
  Project Jason's Voice for the Missing blog: "We are the Voice for the Missing; speaking for those who are not among us but who are forever in our hearts. Through the eyes of those who experience this tragedy; the families of the missing, and through our own personal experiences, we'll share the pain, the fears, and the daily struggles."
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24th February 2006
  Dedicated to satirizing the Weird, the Bizarre, the Silly, and the Absurd of the Internet -- from a skeptical point of view.

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17th September 2006

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