Normally, on a single computer, processes have well-defined beginnings and endings. On the web, you never know if the next click will actually happen.
If the information is stored in the server, you need to keep a
lot of state information, most of which will be useless.
For instance, a popular web page gets 100k hits per day.
If you assume that someone might want to keep URLs on their hotlist
that they only access once per year, you should probably store state
information for three years.
If there is 300 bytes of state information, you should store