Here's a little tool called Iterasi, that sounds like a big step in the direction of my ravings on tracking online data, collectively researching links and articles, and a recent post of an article on information processing online written long ago but lost. Here's what VentureBeat said:
Instead of just saving links, you use Iterasi to save all of the information on a page, including images and links, a process it calls â€œnotarizing.â€ Log in to your Iterasi account and you can access the actual page. In the future, youâ€™ll also be able to have the site to automatically notarize a page based on a pre-set schedule. You can also search the text within a page (which you canâ€™t do with a screenshot image).
Eventually there will be one tool that grabs everything you read, lets you tag it, lets you hightlight certain clips, stores archives of everything, and makes it completely searchable online and offline! It might be a small startup like Iterasi, or it might end up being Google with a combination of products like Google Notebook, Google Co-op, and Google Web History