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A Serious Problem

I have hundreds of bookmarked pages.

And I should try to delete some of them.

But I can’t.

I can’t do it.

There are too many useful resources on the Web and plenty of interesting articles to read.

You can never have enough of that.

10 thoughts on “A Serious Problem

  1. I used to have a gazillion bookmarks way back when we had a desktop computer. That was a mess. I don’t have anything bookmarked on my laptop, I just manually type everything in.

    Look at the websites you use every day and the ones you haven’t been on in a while. If you haven’t checked on a website in a few weeks, maybe it should go? It depends on why you bookmarked it in the first place, though. I mean, if you bookmarked it because it was good research for a novel or something.

    I may be over thinking this… it’s six in the morning; bare with me, lol.

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    1. Mmm maybe I should get a laptop and boom, problem solved.

      Yep I’m sure of those sites don’t even work anymore. Haha true though I could always do more research when I don’t feel like writing. ๐Ÿ˜›

      That’s what mornings are for. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. I used to have a ton of bookmarks on my FireFox, but I never added bookmarks when I switched to Chrome. I don’t go on too many sites, though.

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  2. Heh, join the club! I have so many bookmarks too. I don’t believe you need to delete them. Maybe organize them into useful folders, but it’s not like they’re physical objects. They aren’t really taking up space. One great thing about technology is that it’s pretty much bottomless XD

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