LAST EDITED ON Nov-14-07 AT 09:55 AM (PST)
I didn't see this in the resources list, (sorry if it's there but missed it). Here's another site I'm getting coincidental traffic from.
Here is info from the FAQ file:
1) What is Webaroo?
Webaroo is a free software service that gives you the power to search and browse the web on the go. Webaroo's advanced technology enables you to search web content offline on your laptop, PDA or smartphones.
With Webaroo you can:
Store your web content (web packs and web sites) on your laptop or mobile device.
Search or browse the content on your laptop or mobile device like you would search online.
Update your laptop content and sync your mobile device to access the latest web content on the go.
3) How does it work?
Webaroo creates web packs by crawling the web and selecting web pages based on a particular topic. These web packs are compressed to give the most content value in the least storage size. You can download these pre-created web packs onto your laptop and mobile device. Additionally, you can also download pages from your favorite web sites.
Once you download web packs or web sites onto your mobile device, you can search the content anytime and anywhere even without a connection. When you connect your laptop to the Internet, it receives fresh and personalized content updates from the server. These updates are in turn synchronized with your mobile device.
Also besides just listing crawled content, users can add sites to the listings. Here's more from the FAQ
1) How do I add a Web Site to my library?
To add a web site click the Add Web Site link on your Manage Content Page. Type the details of the web site you want to add, and then click Add to Library. The web site appears on the Webaroo home page and a roating wheel appears next to it while it downloads.
You can also add a web site while you are browsing using the Webaroo browser button. The button is sometimes not seen if you are using the Mozilla Firefox browser. To add the button to your browser – from the View menu of your browser, point to Toolbars and click Customize.... The Customize Toolbar window appears, drag and drop the Webaroo browser button from the window to your Toolbar. To add a web site, just click the browser button...
I just found this recently so I haven't had time to explore it fully, but it looks like something we as a group can exploit.
Also the home page has a PR of 5 when I checked it last.
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