Several site offer a bookmark service, such as del.icio.us. This is pretty handy, as we don't stick to one pc anymore, but run around from pc to pc and sometimes we even run around with little pocketsize gadgets that talk to the net.
Pocket, a service by ThinkPocket, goes just a little bit further. Pocket stores the webpage you're on, allows you to share it to others and allows you to see what others have kept. That's del.icio.us times ten, "doubleplus good". When I tried it out, I was under the impression you could actually drag 'n drop url's to it, but I was wrong: Using the 'Add' button you have to key in the url and a title. There's also space for notes. The sites you add show in your pocket as thumbnails, and on mouseover some details are shown, such as the rss feeds pocket has found on the site.
Pocket also has a button for your browser, allowing you to add the site you're currently surfing to your pocket, but unfortunately it doesn't always work.
Pocket looks very good, and seems promising. I'll keep my stuff in my pocket for some time….
My pocket is here…..