I don’t know about your Web browser, but the bookmarks folder in my browser is bursting at the seams. I bookmark a lot of stuff, and if I don’t stay on top of managing all of these links, I can quickly lose track of what’s going on. Personally, I’ve found that while I bookmark an entire page, the information that I need may only occupy a small percentage of the page. In other words, why bookmark an entire page when I could just save the part or parts that I care about? Inslices recognizes this issue and has developed a solution for users to benefit from.
The solution is offered through a Firefox Add-on or a bookmarklet. By using Inslices, you can manually select the portions of a page that you want to bookmark or you can let the tool make suggestions about what’s relevant. When these selections have been saved, you can organize them in a visual way and share them with others in order to start some conversations around them. You’ll also be able to see what other people have been saving, which will help to make you aware of other interesting content.