Web pages change or even disappear with time and the only way to preserve a page forever is that you download the whole page with the help of a web archiving tool.
With Web Page monitoring software, you can get alerts when the content of your favorite web pages or online forums has changed. But which change detection tool should you choose?
Want to turn websites into desktop widgets (or gadgets)? Read this article as it describes how you can put you favorite web pages on the desktop with a free utility available for Mac and Windows.
Learn how to monitor web pages and compare changes side-by-side to know what text has been added, removed or where the edits have happened since you last visited the site.
Web In Mail is a free email service that lets you surf websites in your Inbox. Send a blank email message and the full HTML web page will be delivered by email.
Kwout, the online screenshot service, has released an interesting feature – Context Sensitive Kwout – that automatically detects the relevant parts of a web-page and skips the rest in the final screenshot image.
Print What You Like is an awesome online website editor that enables you to modify web pages inside the browser without requiring any software or add-ons.