On that last post, I started to think about the similarities between my approach to code samples/mini-projects and my approach to organizing favorites/bookmarks. I'm pretty religious about "collecting" bookmarks for cool things I come across. With .NET articles, in particular, I've got about 15 different sub-folders under which I store bookmarks. Those sub-folders are for things like CLR, Exception Mgmt, WinForms, XML, SQL Server, Threading, Unit Testing, and so on.
I've got a pretty good collection of many different articles, from MSDN articles, blog articles, and other sources... the thing is that I'm really bad about going back and referencing them. Instead, when I'm on a project and need some info about a topic, I again go to Google.
Is storing all those favorites in Firefox a waste of time?