Pop up a list of URLs and select for pasting.
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handyurl.el

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Commentary:

This package provides a simple method of popping up a list of URLs and allowing the selection and insertion of an URL into the previous buffer.

The URLs are stored in an external file as a list of cons cells, for example:

(( "The GNU Project" . "http://www.gnu.org/")
 ( "The FSF"         . "http://www.fsf.org/"))

The name and location of the file is up to you, the default name used by the function handyurl is stored in handyurl-file.

Note that this code then went on to inspire quickurl.el, which then went on to be part of GNU emacs itself.