If you’re a web designer, you’ll spend time looking at other sites, gaining inspiration, referencing colours, layout and how your rivals (and colleagues) have designed their sites. Nothing wrong in this - web designers like to push boundaries and be the first to develop new ways of presenting data to us web users. Other designers follow.
Problem is, that we want to be able to reference these websites whilst we trawl the Internet. One solution is to add them to your bookmarks. Using something like Mozilla Weave would enable you to share these bookmarks with other users, but then the entire bookmarks are shared, including your personal sites. Not the idea solution.
Another idea is to use a dedicated tool such as the Mac-only LittleSnapper. This application will enable you to take a visual grab of a website, whilst you browse the web. You can then categorise, add tags, share with other users via Ember, FTP and other sources such as Flickr. Being a Mac app, it’s well-designed.
LittleSnapper is an ideal tool for sharing design ideas, images, website snapshots and so much more.