The best person to send you links matching your interests is a time traveling version of yourself: create a time capsule by choosing when the current tab should be re-opened; this will bookmark the current tab, and program to re-open it in the future, according to the choosen periodicity, be it an hour, a day, a month, a year, a decade!
If you use a different browser that implements WebExtension, that shouldn't be hard to make it work for you too: make a request in the issues or on twitter to let me know, and I will see if that's possible.
Browse sites you want to check periodically (every hour, day, week, month and so on). You can also use for reminding pages, for example, by browsing every month.
I started working on it before Firefox was up to speed with WebExtension so had to let it sleep for a moment. Meanwhile, a team started working on SnoozeTabs, it's pretty much the same but you loose all the time-traveling jokes.
git clone https://github.com/maxlath/time-capsule cd time-capsule
- tick the
load non packaged extensionand open the project's
extensionfolder where the
in Firefox: instructions
- open about:debugging
- Load Temporary Add-on and select the
Or just run
npm run firefoxto use a temporary profile, with the advantage of automatically reloading the extension on change, thank to
web-ext, but encounters this bug