What's a good tool to annotate text-based webpage with more text?
June 20, 2013 12:02 AM Subscribe
I'd like to be able to store and annotate a copy of largely text-based webpage, with simple text annotations of no more than a sentence or two. What's a good tool to use? Preferably compatible with Chrome, although I could live with Firefox.
posted by infinitejones to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 2 users marked this as a favorite
Here's the page, if anyone's interested: www.directory.nsw.gov.au/completelist.asp
As I research each of these individual organisations, I'd like to be able to add notes of no more than a couple of sentences below the name of each. They're hyperlinks which is really useful to me, so I'd like to keep it all happening within the browser if I possibly can.
There are a few tools like Skitch and Diigo which seem more "graphical" (ie. highlighting in colour, drawing shapes etc), but that feels like overkill - all I need to do is add my own text notes, and then save the notes as I go along.
I'm envisaging just being able to nudge each individual line down a bit, and adding the notes into the space, or maybe adding floating (hideable?) notes over the top. I don't mind if that looks horrible, because the only person who'll see this will be me.