While reading through gardening blogs, I found a review someone had written on a garden plan book. The blogger gave the book rave reviews, and I made a mental note to go back and check out the book. I put the blog on my iGoogle waited until I was heading to the public library to find the book.
By then, my iGoogle was full of garden blogs, and there were new posts on each of the blogs. I clicked on several and tried to search archives and "book" or "review" tags, but I never found the book.
I won't be making that mistake again. If you've never checked out Delicious, you should go there right now. I've got tags for recipes that I stumble across, book reviews for books I want to read, and, yes, even a few ideas for my yard-to-garden conversion. Now my bookmark tool bar isn't cluttered with things I need to read when I have time to read them. And, the organizational system is so easy - I type in notes on the bookmark when I make the bookmark.
So, I just now remembered that book that I may never find. I should have known better than to make a mental note - my brain space is cluttered with thousands of those mental notes, and it's rare that the post-it ends up on top of the pile when I need it. Since I just remembered it, I thought I would pass this along. I heard of Delicious months ago, but until I started pouring through blogs, I never had a need for it.