Finder Bookmarks is an editor for Web Location Files, the browser-independent bookmarks that you can store anywhere on your Macintosh. This application can edit locations and attach site icons to the Web Location's icon. If you use Safari, Finder Bookmarks can import all of your Safari bookmarks and their icons at the same time. It also adds a powerful new kind of location file, Dynamic Locations, for faster web searching and lookups.
Not specific to any particular browser - If you use more than one browser or decide to switch browsers, your bookmark collection does not need to be imported, exported, or changed in any way.
Better organization - Rename and organize your bookmarks as you use them, not in a clumsy bookmark manager. Store Web Locations related to a project with every other file in the project, and archive them anywhere you wish.
More accessible - You don't need to open a browser and then look for a bookmark; your Web Location collection is right in the Finder.
Customizable by folder - Like any folder in the Finder, one containing Web Locations can have unique View Options. You could sort one Web Location folder by date created, and another alphabetically.
More powerful - No Web browser's bookmarks are as flexible as Dynamic Locations, which can have multiple parameters in the URL. You can save time by skipping a site's front page. Instead, use Finder Bookmarks to enter information before you go to Google, Dictionary.com, or even MapQuest.
Please see the Finder Bookmarks Overview for more information.
New in version 1.1
Finder Bookmarks was made by Nathan Hamblen, who also writes a weblog about software and is available by e-mail for any questions or comments. Finder Bookmark's source code is available to browse.