As the future of computing continues its migration from the traditional desktop to the web, organizing important applications and other troves of information will become more important than ever. Do you just store it on your browser? Or do you store it somewhere on the web for others to see?Well, if you don't know the best course of action, this Wired\u00a0piece does a nice job of showing what options are out there.Bookmarking at one time\u00a0was just a nifty feature and nice add-on to the web browser, but now it seems hardly so trivial when you consider all the information we have to keep track of as\u00a0members of this World IT department. According to this study\u00a0by IDC (a sister company of CIO\u2019s publisher), the 2006 "digital universe" was about 161 billion gigabytes (161) exabytes in size. IDC predicts that we should see a "six fold annual information growth from 2006 to 2007."Here\u2019s how the study described the size:This digital universe equals approximately three million times the information in all the books ever written \u2013 or the equivalent of 12 stacks of books, each extending more than 93 million miles from the earth to the sun.Jeez. How exausting to think about. For me, any relevant piece of information gets marked three times.\u00a0I mark it to my personal browser (Firefox), one to social bookmarking site del.icio.us and a third to hybrid social networking\/social bookmarking site StumbleUpon. After tagging and jotting notes about what interested me, I move on.\u00a0At least, that\u2019s what I do.What about you?