To manage my links used in my thesis, I wanted to use a netography so that I can cite links that are listed (with time stamp of the last visit!) at the end, like a bibliography. I couldn't find any package or similar questions. Does anyone know a package or a work-around?

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It would depend on what you're using to generate your bibliography. An option might be here –  Scott H. Oct 30 '12 at 19:07
Thanks, Scott, I use that now in conjunction with multibib. tex.stackexchange.com/questions/2471/… –  Oliver Oct 31 '12 at 8:58

You could use the glossaries package. It serves not only to make glossaries and acronyms, but also to make lists of things

The following should be put in the preamble after the hyperref package (if it is called, and I think you do call it)

\usepackage{hyperref} % Optional
...
\makeglossaries
\begin{document}
...


The following should be put where you want the netography to appear

\glsaddall[types={links}] % This adds all of the defined acronyms without needing to call them in the body of the document


Then, you create a file (named listofurls in this case) that contains the declarations as follows:

\newglossaryentry{url1}
{
name={2012/10/10},
sort=20121010, % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
}
\newglossaryentry{url2}
{
name={2012/05/06},
sort=20120506,  % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
description={\url{http://tex.stackexchange.com}}
}


Run pdflatex jobname then makeglossaries jobname then pdflatex jobname

MWE:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{hyperref} % Optional

\makeglossaries

\newglossaryentry{url1}
{
name={2012/10/10},
sort=20121010, % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
}
\newglossaryentry{url2}
{
name={2012/05/06},
sort=20120506,  % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
description={\url{http://tex.stackexchange.com}}
}
\begin{document}

\glsaddall[types={links}] % This adds all of the defined acronyms without needing to call them in the body of the document

\end{document}


Output

Update 1

Oliver asks if you can reference the links in the body. Actually, there is a problem that I don't know how to handle with the \urlcommand, here is a MWE:

\documentclass{article}

\usepackage{hyperref} % Optional

\makeglossaries

\newglossaryentry{url1}
{
name={2012/10/10},
sort=20121010, % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
}
\newglossaryentry{url2}
{
name={2012/05/06},
sort=20120506,  % Use what ever form you want to sort your list
description={\url{http://tex.stackexchange.com}}
}
\begin{document}

For more information visit \glsdesc{url1}\footnote{This site was last visited in \gls{url1}} Notice that there is a problem with the url command...


Bad news, there is a problem with the \urlcommand. Normally you should be able to reference the link using \glsdesc{url1}. This should render www.google.com, but it renders url-www.google.com instead. A workaround is to use \glslink{url1}{\url{www.google.com}} –  Felipe Aguirre Oct 30 '12 at 20:19