For those of us who are here to search bookmarks rather than history this would save us a couple of clicks every single time we want to search. Wouldn't it be relatively low hanging fruit to implement too?
Yeah! Memex now supports the ability to filter out results that contain terms you define or are from certain domains. It's pretty straight forward and some of you surely know how to do this with Google.
Type: house -garage Get: all pages containing house but not garage
Type: house -site:newyorker.com or house -newyorker.com Get: all pages containing house without the ones on newyorker.com
Exclude multiple domains:
Type: house -site:newyorker.com -site:google.de or house -newyorker.com -google.de Get: all pages containing house without the ones on newyorker.com and google.de
We also made some updates to the query to include domains. To filter for specific domains you
Most of what I do at the computer (now retired) is "knowledge work." As former teacher, essayist, blogger and newspaper columnist, I browse, read, annotate, catalogue and synthesize material across a wide swath of topics in environmental and health areas. Mostly until just yesterday discovering Memex, web information had to be clumsily bookmarked or extracted—to diigo, dynamist, one note, devonthink etc.
Now, the Internet and the browser can potentially become the center of my work—source and extracted information and inter-connections all potentially managed via Memex. I see this through what this product can become, encouraged by the active and enthusiastic development
polite suggestion: add keyboard shortcuts (or at least the ability to define your own shortcuts) for all common actions - for instance, opening the Memex menu button, adding a comment to a selected piece of text, and blacklisting a page.
i know very little about WebExtension development, but it feels like some low-hanging fruit would be the ability to save a comment using alt-enter or ctrl-enter while editing (as opposed to having to select the "save" button using the mouse cursor - which has to be moved from the center of the screen, having just been used to select a
Ever wanted to show someone a specific piece of text in an article? Be it to cite more precisely in your blog posts or news articles, or in a debate on social media?Then you know the pain of copy-pasting all relevant information back-and-forth.
How to use:
Make sure your annotation tooltip is turned on. You find the switch by clicking on the small icon in the top right corner of your browser.
Highlight any piece of text on the web
Click on the 'share' icon in the appearing tooltip
Get a link you can share with anybody. Anyone opening such a