As some of you may have noticed from my previous Firefox posts that I really love Scrapbook extension for Firefox, to the extent that my first ever post on this blog is a comprehensive run-down of it’s impressive array of features. If you have not read that so far then do it now as you may also fall in love with this fantastic extension for Firefox like me. Anyway, I am using it to collect/manage all my data that I collected from the web since July 2006. I thought it might be interesting to bring you some scrapbook profile stats reflecting on how it has grown over-time in size.
I have summarized some of the key facts in a tabular form:
The maximum rate at which I have scrapbooked items is in the time-frame from Jan 01 to Fab 28 2008. If I continue at the same rate then I will be going to scrapbook almost 3,000 items in this year alone!, more than double from the previous year.
Note that this data is from my main scrapbook profile excluding my minor profiles (Scrapbook supports multiple profiles at the same time). Main RDF(Resource Description Framework) file is standing at about 2MB in size. Despite this large data-set the navigation through the scrapbook is fast as ever. And most importantly all the data is on my fingertips because besides the organizational features at my disposal, I can quickly search anything on URL, text, comment etc.
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