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Where's MY OPAC Browser?

I want to sit down at the OPAC (another word that needs updated) and have it remember me, either through a login or other, simple, method. I want my bookmarks, my saved titles, my search history. I want to be able to write reviews and make suggestions, I want to add friends to my social network and let them see my reviews and what I've liked and disliked. I want a built-in, fully customizable aggregator, a to-do list, a place to take notes and save files, and I want access to this from any computer in the world, not just the one at my library. All this exists, of course, in bits and pieces -- all of it through Web 2.0. Look to Netvibes, Flickr, NetFlix, Backpack, and many other Ajax developments.

Is anyone listening?