Steve Rubel at Micropersuasion has come up with this handy collection of “MiniMe” Bookmarklets which load micro versions of sites in a small window you can keep next to your browser window. Therefore, you can keep things like Wikipedia, Google Reader, Digg and many others in a little browser window off to the side while you work on other things. Very cool idea.

Slow Burn Productions is putting up some great content, including beating me to the punch on an idea I have had in the cooker – “Pocket Moleskine vs. Levenger Shirt Pocket Briefcase“. You see, I have switched from using the Moleskine to using a Levenger Shirt Pocket Briefcase myself and it has been working great. I keep it in my back pocket and find it a much more convenient and at-the-ready capture tool. That is not the only reason for the switch though. It also stands as fact that my Moleskine 18 Month Planner was stolen along with other items in a recent break in so it would have been replaced anyway.

For those of you in the Twin Cities Area, I am going to do everything I can to make it to MinneBar ’07, a Barcamp happening on April 21st down in Lowertown in Saint Paul. There will be some great sessions and demos. Looks like a good time. Be there or be opposingly right angled.

(Update – I give a more detailed review of the Levenger SPB in the comments.)