iCyte. You know what happens. You are browsing case law on the web, and you come across a case you want to keep. You either print it to hard copy, or use a PDF converter to convert it to PDF and then print it. Then, you put the print-out in a paper file, and try to remember where it is. iCyte, which has a bookmarklet for Chrome, and a plug-in for Firefox, and other browsers, saves it to your hard drive, in an easy to use and find folder. You customize how you want it saved, and you can go back to it at any time. As soon as the publisher found out I liked it, he gave me a free copy; but, I would gladly pay for this little research aid. It creates a web based dashboard that allows you to annotate PDFs (even from your local drive), create, name, search and sort your Cytes more easily, and even backup your projects offline. One of the cool things about it is that you can just highlight the portions of the page you want to save, and "iCyte" it. FutureLawyer recommended.