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bookmark

tv. to make a note of something, mental or written. (From the concept of bookmarking web pages.) That’s a good thought. I’ll bookmark that.
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The company, in November last year, had announced the launch of the pilot version for the Bookmarks feature.
Bookmark databases can also be encrypted and protected by passwords to maximize user privacy.
NOTE: THE IETM HAS TO BE RUNNING FROM YOUR COMPUTER'S HARD DRIVE, NOT FROM THE DISK, IF YOU WANT TO SAVE YOUR NOTES AND BOOKMARKS.
Joy Court, learning resources manager for the Schools Library Service, said: "We've used the bookmarks as a thank you to writers who have worked with us and they've gone down very well.
8220;We conceptualized and developed the Bookmarks Magazine service to give our clients all the advantages of a powerful book marketing tool at a price that will not financially burden them.
The library has held a bookmark contest for 31 years.
Site Groups Other useful features Delicious * no > Toolbar includes recent bookmarks and provides quick links to frequently used site tools.
I love Bookmarks, and I particularly like how you spotlight which books are/were better received or more popular from the authors' body of work.
The bookmarks have been devised by the Cleveland Emergency Planning Unit to help the public and business community understand the risks in the area and how to prepare should an incident occur.
CREATIVE youngsters got stuck into a national charity's book festival by designing their own bookmark.
Users can browse recent bookmarks in the groups and research fields in their accounts.
The bookmarks are to be sold at the Inner Wheel national conference in Blackpool in April.
Scholar allows members of the Blackboard community to save and classify bookmarks and searches, share resources with faculty, students and administrators from other institutions, update courses with dynamic content feeds, and enable student contributions to course collections.
In a nutshell, social bookmarking is a service that allows you to share your bookmarks and make them accessible under your account from any computer.