I have just spent the last 45 minutes looking through the Firefox Add-ons page for one particular extension, which I conveniently forgot the name of..
Now for me to spend that much time searching through a ‘database’ is ridiculous, but this plug in is worth it. I have an infatuation with reformatting my computer about once every 3 months (to get rid of the garbage), and this extension was a casualty of my efforts.
The extension I was looking for is called “Scrapbook.” It allows you to take snapshots of entire web pages, in their true form. The links are still good, and you can even save the child pages of the site (up to two links out I think).
For the most part, I despise bookmarks because they just pile up, and I never get back to them. Many times there is a list or something I want to refer to, but I don’t necessarily want to bookmark it. The web page might change, move, etc. This is a way to preserve the content but still make use of the links as if it were on a normal, static site.