A chrome extension for tagging browsing history and exporting it.
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README.md

taghistory

A chrome extension for tagging browsing history and export to Evernote.

Introduction

Do you have the following experiences?

- You want to revisit an interesting website that you came across before;
   However, you couldn't remember its address.  Have you ever wondered what
   you in
- You have spent a whole day on the web without don't any thing. You feel guilty when you go to bed.

These situations can be avoided if you keep note of your own browsing history! We should learn from Stephen Wolfram to be a more efficient and organized person. Read his blog here.

This chrome extension is to help you to manage your browsing history. After installing this tool,

- you simply drag and drop your each browsing record to corresponding tags;
- you can tag browsing records in a batch mode. Similar browsing records
  are grouped intelligently. You can tag each group at the same time. The
  tool also provides ways to tune the parameters for the algorithm that
  groups records.
- You can also export all your tags into Evernote™ service.

Installation

run

$ node compile.js

The code is written in nodejs, so you need to install node first. You may need to install glob module using npm package manager

Then you should go to chrome's tools-extension menu and click the "Load unpacked extension" button

Screenshot

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