The moment you see an interesting website, you save it to your bookmarks for future reference.
Thus, with time, you have created a huge list of favorites that’s not just long but is spread across different places like Firefox, delicious, Google Bookmarks, Opera, etc.
Though backing up favorites is easy but are they worth anything if the underlying web page changes or disappears off the web completely ?
You definitely don’t want to miss access to all these food recipes that you have painstakingly collected on the Internet over the past couple of months.
Now you could either save web page manually using these web clipping tools or a much better option is Iterasi - they have come up with a very elegant solution where you just have to upload a file containing all browser bookmarks and they handle the rest while you take a coffee break.
Iterasi create an archive of all web pages associated with your bookmarks and saves them permanently into your account so you always have access to all your favorite content. And the price is perfect - $0.
There’s some more - Iterasi can also archive different versions of your favorite web pages as they change over time. For instance, if you CNN is your favorite website, you can do a "Daily" check and a new copy will be uploaded to your account each day so you can see changes across time.
Iterasi can either accept your local browser bookmarks or you can pass your del.icio.us credentials and it will fetch all your online bookmarks. For this to work with other online bookmark service like Yahoo! Bookmarks, ma.gnolia, Windows Live Favorites, etc - you’ll have to first export them local in the standard bookmark format.
If you ever used bookmarks to save links, this is definitely something your should not miss. Available on both Mac and Windows version of Iterasi.