I have too many browser bookmarks.
Comes with the territory, you see. Between relatively varied interests and too much time spent online, it was inevitable that over the years I'd end up bookmarking lots and lots of pages. That wouldn't be a problem... if I ever went back to them. And that hardly ever happens.
When the issue first became apparent, my first idea was to try a social bookmarking service. Those are fun at least: you get to see how many other people bookmarked the same page (without knowing of each other), and who else tags their bookmarks the same way you do. Which in turn can lead to finding more cool web pages.
Trouble is, my choice at the time was Magnolia. When the service's one server crashed hard with no backup, starting over elsewhere suddenly looked like a terrible proposition. Sure enough, bigger brands also shut down since then.
So what else is there? A couple of years ago I tried to put some semblance of order in my still-private collection and see what was there. After all, it's no different than rifling through a box of old photos, right? Well, thanks to a horrid user interface, I deleted an entire folder of links with no recourse. Luckily it was indeed just cute animal photos, but that soured me on the whole idea again.
About 18 months ago I became aware of a little web app called Shaarli, that would have been a dream come true in the past. But after being burned by security issues, from spammers to crackers, yet another live web app is the last thing I want on my sites, even if it was easy to find it a good place.
Meanwhile, the link catalog on my gamedev wiki has been shaping up nicely, especially once I got it out of the gilded cage called WordPress. Yet more links can be found in the newsletter, where they served as discussion starters over the past few years. And there's still more of them buried in my browser's bookmark manager.
Not all of them should be public, of course. Going to figure something out about those. A few can go in the "see also" section of various special interest pages already on my website. As for the rest... it remains to be seen.
One thing is certain: the bookmark managers still used in browsers today were designed back when the web was tiny, and never reconsidered since then. They simply don't cut it anymore. Find a better home for all those links while you can.