WebMynd is a Y-combinator funded start-up that was launched January 26, 2008, and is currently headquartered in San Francisco. The company is run by Amir Nathoo, Patrick Buckley and James Brady. WebMynd is a Firefox add-on that records every single page you visit and saves a virtual copy of the site on your hard drive. WebMynd’s settings will allow you to turn the recording on or off and you can delete pages that you no longer need. WebMynd was created with the avid web researcher in mind. WebMynd also has an expandable sidebar that provides you with your most recently viewed sites and gives you the tools to send the link to Twitter, Delicious, Face book, Digg, Reddit, and more.
WebMynd also has a widget feature that shows up whenever you conduct a search on Google, Yahoo, or Live. The widget will pull the top 25 hits to your query from sites such as The New York Times, Twitter, Money magazine and more. You can set this widget to show the sites that you prefer. http://www.webmynd.com/html/