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Published on January 19, 2005 By joeKnowledge In Blogging

Links Archive Clusters are basically clusters of snippets from different website that provide interesting stories in technology, science, business, education and art. This isn't the first Links Archive Cluster, but I have decided to do it in 2 formats.

One can be seen here, and the other is from using Blog Navigator Pro of which is below. In the coming weeks, I will write (hopefully) a new article on Blog Navigator and how useful it is to creating your own knowledge base of archived stories and links (use it for reasearch, projects, blogging facts, work, and to share).

I am hoping that, one day through poking Frogboy and Adam enough with articles and emails about this, that Blog Navigator will end up either doing what Pluck and Save This.com does or works better with those programs (in piticular Pluck).

Find out more about this programs/services:

Save This.com
http://savethis.com

Pluck
http://www.pluck.com

Blog Navigator
http://www.stardock.com/products/blognavigator/


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