Surfulater lets you permanently save selected text, images and complete web pages plus content and files on your PC, then edit, annotate, cross-reference, organize and search for information in your offline personal and portable knowledge base. You'll never loose important information you find on the Web or have to worry about Web sites or pages disappearing never to be found again.
Yes - 21 day timeout
- Two major new features
- Knowledge Tree Filtering and HTML item display in the Knowledge Tree form the basis of this release
- In addition various bugs have been fixed and performance has been improved in some areas
Reviewing 1.98, B4.0 (Aug 4, 2006)
A bit expensive, but a very nice product.
For Firefix users, there is a (free) extension available called "ScrapBook" (http://amb.vis.ne.jp/mozilla/scrapbook/) which not only saves web pages, but also allows the user to edit them.
For all browsers, "Local Website Archive" (http://www.aignes.com/wsarc/) is available as a Freeware-Version and a Pro-Version.
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 (May 23, 2006)
Very good software for organizing notes,etc.
It's updated on a regular basis,not to the
point of being annoying.And it integrates
nicely with Firefox and IE.Oh,and the author
pays attention to recommendations and criticism.
Reviewing 1.20 (Nov 30, 2004)
A great tool for doing research. Keep all the web pages that are relevant in one place ( with pictures ), simply highlight and paste to SUL. As previously said the company is very responsive to suggestions and bug reports just go to there Forum to see for your self. I would recommend that you give it a try, and then see if you can live without it.
Reviewing 1.20 (Nov 29, 2004)
Surfulater is fast and easy to use compared to other similar tools. It's simplistic approach to saving data allows you to do so easily without requiring you to jump through hoops.
Another strength it has is that support is very responsive and open-minded about the suggestions it receives from its users. In fact, there were several things that I had suggested that they were already working on. Plus, I understand many more features are in the works. Right now, it only works with Internet Explorer, but other browsers like Firefox will soon be supported.
This software is sure to draw attention away from the competition!
Reviewing 1.20 (Nov 28, 2004)
I've been using Surfulater since it's first initial pre-release and have found it valuable as a way of capturing *any* page that's of interest to me.
This solves the problem I've had for a long time of remember a site I've visited but not being able to find it again.
I just grab some text and right-click to add it to Surfulater.
The search feature is simple and fast, so I can easily find something using any word that's relevant to the content.
It's also great to capture whole pages that I really need to archive (a few times an important site has disappeared from the 'net when I've tried to go back to it). Surfulater solves that problem too.
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