There are three main types of navigation.
1) Start Pages with hybrid bookmark navigation
2) Searches on the fly
2) Database with search (Linkman) - this is good but it is not top-down elegance and visual ease.
So let us look at Start Pages.
Start Pages is an interesting area.
Weaknesses - unelegant, dormant, no improvement and support. I'm not even sure if I can change a password.
Start.me looks nice. Good on widgets (how is the weather.) It can be decent for RSS Feeds.
igHome I might play with. It is billed as iGoogle-like after google killed iGoogle.
Symbaloo and NetVibes are two with a greater installed base. Neither has hit my fancy, partly because of overuse of real estate and a glitz feel. However, I can always reconsider.
There are others. 43Marks, Protopages. Start.io. Protopages I just loaded up again, and has a pleasant feel.
The problem with theFreeCountry is that, among the big boys, they mention Macrium, yet omit the similar situation of decent free versions from Aomei, Paragon, Easeus.
For speed of creating special pages and then an index of page of pages, is OneTab a good option? It lacks the native ability to assign titles, and change the text, but it looks like you can make pages very quickly on the fly. Maybe you use one of the other start pages as a master index to 25 or 50 onetab pages you make ? This is similar to using the bookmark bar, but more visible and more shareable.
I am simply curious as to what you have found to be the most pleasant work ways. I am especially thinking of shareable pages of 25-50 urls. Or, on the other hand, very pleasant pages of my own that include top-down bookmark sectioning (pages or boxes) and maybe widgets with stuff like RSS Feeds.
In the long run, I see working with two or three methods.