Having trouble keeping track of your web research? Are articles moving into archives or disappearing entirely when you try to locate them again? Furl to the rescue. Furl is an online filing cabinet for all of those web pages you want to save — just add a link to your toolbar, and click it when you want to save a page to Furl. You can browse or search your archived directory of articles any time you want.

I have become a huge fan of NetSnippets, but that program stores the web pages on my own computer. This is a nifty way to store pages without cluttering up your hard drive. I’m going to take a deeper look.

Update: Chris Sherman seems to like Furl in this review.