Iterasi has now updated their browser add-on to support the latest version of Internet Explorer – IE 8.0. With this add-on installed, you can bookmark web pages for later viewing. But Iterasi is no ordinary social bookmarking service – it lets you dynamically bookmark the sorts of pages that can change over time. With today’s modern web technologies like CSS, AJAX, and other database-driven content, the page you may want to bookmark may not look the same or contain the same information the next time you return to view it. Iterasi can help as it lets you save these sorts of dynamically generated web pages in their current state.
The service also includes a scheduler function if you want to keep an eye on a web page that changes a lot. Instead of having to return day-after-day to take a new snapshot, you can configure Iterasi to do so for you.
To get the new add-on for Internet Explorer, head over to the Iterasi download page. The browser extension works in IE 7 and IE 8 on XP and Vista (and likely Windows 7 Beta, too.)
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