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I'd like to log my website visits throughout the day. i use several browsers on several computers. I'm thinking that one way to do this would be to write website visit data to a CSV file stored in Dropbox. I'd like for it to record which computer it was, date and time of visit, url, and title. Is there a utility that will do this for me?

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closed as off topic by Sathya, harrymc, BinaryMisfit Sep 7 '10 at 21:14

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Are you looking to keep track of every site that you visit or perhaps looking to have some reference to look back at later to find a site that you looked at X days ago and want to look at again? – Richard Sep 7 '10 at 6:07
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Google History works pretty well. Well, maybe not logged to CSV. But, it may give you some alternative ideas.

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I looked at the FAQ and don't understand why my question was closed as off-topic. Could somebody enlighten me? – Jim Sep 8 '10 at 2:13

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