There's a lot of stuff on the web, and managing it can be a real pain.
Thumbtack is an easy way to save links, photos, and anything else you can find on bunch of different Web sites to a single place. Grab the stuff you want, put it into a Thumbtack collection, then get to it from anywhere you can get online.
You can share a collection with your friends, or just keep it for yourself. It’s way easier than sending a bunch of links in an e-mail, and even easier than setting lots of favorites in your browser.
It works with both Firefox and IE and with both bookmarklet and accelerator support it's really easy to set up and get going.
If you've ever used something like Del.icio.us to collect bookmarks to things on the web you'll appreciate how easy it is to use - and the fact you can actually include snippets of the content, not just a link to the page makes it so much more useful.
Once you collect the information there are gadgets that you can run which (for instance) can automatically parse out addresses and create links to a map so you can see where they are - useful if you're planning places to visit on a vacation, or looking at apartments to rent and want to share the list with your partner.