I save a lot of webpages for research and am looking for a good program to keep them organized. Any ideas?

I would like to find a program for Windows/Linux Natty that will allow me to find the saved pages by tags, keywords, author, title, date, or any other relevant information.

Open source and free would be preferred, but anything will work at this point.

Install your own local WebLog software in Linux such as WordPress. Post the new pages there. You can tag them manually by keywords, use meta tags and so on. There is Categories and Category trees, that will help you navigate and there is also quite good search in the pages…

The builtin rich editor will allow you to post the copied text with Ctrl+c ctrl+v in a easy manner with the pictures directly from the web site you have found a page worth researching.

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  1. Install your own local WebLog software in Linux such as WordPress. Post the new pages there. You can tag them manually by keywords, use meta tags and so on. There is Categories and Category trees, that will help you navigate and there is also quite good search in the pages…

    The builtin rich editor will allow you to post the copied text with Ctrl+c ctrl+v in a easy manner with the pictures directly from the web site you have found a page worth researching.
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