I spend a lot of my time surfing, exploring, observing and learning. I sometimes bookmark pages that I know I want to get back to, but what about the pages that I don't a priori know I'll need? I often find myself in a new context, needing something I read recently but didn't bookmark (since it wasn't "important" at the time). I then get frustrated as I have trouble finding it even with the help of Google and Firefox history.
Enter ClickChronicle. ClickChronicle implicitly remembers every page you visit so that you don't have to remember to remember. ClickChronicle is a combination of a Firefox extension and a web application. The extension sends click data back to clickchronicle.com where the pages are indexed and optionally cached. You can then search, and find, all the pages that you have recently visited. To give you the best of both worlds, ClickChronicle will also allow you to bookmark and tag pages either as you surf or from your history.
Check out the nascent FAQ and a couple of screenshots.
ClickChronicle is the first of Divmod's disaggregated lightweight applications and, as glyph mentioned, we are planning to release a few more this year. ClickChronicle should be available in the next week or so. Stay tuned for more applications built on Divmod's Axiom, Mantissa and Nevow!