The Scrapbook add-on for Firefox
One of the reasons why Firefox has been gaining in popularity as an Internet browser is the ability for users to tailor their browsing experience (see for details) by the use of add-ons and extensions.
The Scrapbook add-on for Firefox works just like a real Scrapbook, keeping all your favourite web pages in one safe place. It works by storing the web pages locally on your computer, so unlike Bookmarks or Favorites, once you have placed a page there, it cannot be lost if the external resource moves or is deleted. Also, if you use a laptop that you take out of wireless Internet range, or don’t have “always on" Internet, then you can work on the resources offline.
To find the Scrapbook add-on, just Google “Scrapbook add-on." From the resulting website, you can download and install the Scrapbook add-on. As Firefox updates itself, it will look for new versions of all your add-ons to make sure that you have the latest version and the add-on is compatible with the version of the browser you are using.
Once installed, Scrapbook adds its own menu to the menu bar to allow you to add and retrieve the web pages that you have added to your scrapbook, in a similar fashion to the existing Bookmarks menu.