Most of the time when I'm studying and coding in front of my laptop, I come across some very useful articles on the web. For example:
Today when searching for the mechanism of arrayfun function for my MATLAB code, I got curious about the difference between parallel computing on multi core CPUs and GPU computing. And because I'm not a professional computer expert, most of the articles on the web baffled me more, so I started to search for an easy to understand definition and finally, I came across this interesting article
I know that there are ways like "managing bookmarks effectively on your browser" or "Google bookmarks" but I'm searching for something that has the following features at least.
- Links will be stored by their title for the ease of search and for a better view.
- It is a multi-platform tool and supports cloud storing, so problems like reinstalling the browser, etc. won't affect it.
- Every link should be stored with its date and I also should be able to add as much tags as I like to the link when I'm storing it (this way I can easily find links belonged to a specific subject ordered by the date. Or after a few years, I can easily access the links that I encountered during my master studies because of being able to search for a specific date or period).
- Working with it should be very easy and as fast as possible.
- I should be able to add note (without limitation in the number of character) whenever it's necessary. Meaning that I should be able to add my thoughts at the moment.
- There should not be any limitation in the number of links (because I'm going to use it for years).
- There should be some ways to back up your links or transfer them to another link management service when it's necessary.
- The graphic of the link management tool should carry a sense of simpleness and discipline (I don't like some of those messy graphics that are common these days).
- It should prevent me from storing the same link twice (that prevents the tool from getting messy and can be a good reminder of my previous studies when I encounter the error message).
- It's better be a single-purpose app (I don't want a crowded app).
- I don't like it to have social networking features such as following people, sharing with friends, recommending links. I want to store just my own experience on the web, not other's.
- I don't want the content of the links (especially images) be downloaded automatically (it's better be optionally) because I don't want it be crowded and of course because of my internet bills.
- The service should be stable enough to assure me that I can use it in an effective way for years.
Bolded items are more important.