I spent a good part of yesterday tinkering on the Internet. Here's what I discovered through my Internet guru, Mandar:
1. Foxmarks: If you use Mozilla, you can save your Bookmarks (a.k.a. Favorites for IE users) online using Foxmarks. What that means is that you can import your bookmarked links from your office computer to any other computer (or vice-versa) without having to visit any of the many many bookmarked links again. Basically, you're Bookmarks are accessible no matter which computer you work on. Such a boon! Sorry if you're already familiar with this stuff, I'm a bit of a novice here.
2. Del.icio.us: A great place to post links that are interesting, but may not be bookmark-worthy. Again, very very useful.
3. RSS Feeds: I finally understood, somewhat, RSS feeds and how I could use them. I'm currently experimenting with an RSS feed from the BBC Football website. You can see it in the column on the right below the hit counter. Quite interesting.
I am also a recent convert to Firefox and I love it! Three cheers for Firefox 3! :)