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bookmark

1. To save something, usually on a website or in an app. I didn't have time to read that article, so I bookmarked it for later. I finally bookmarked that site since I visit it every day.
2. By extension, to commit something to memory. These green beans are delicious—let me read and bookmark your recipe.

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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Materials were prepared for Round 1 following the usual bookmark procedures.
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.
In order to evaluate if the described bookmark facility actually fulfills the proposed aims and can be considered a valuable tool to connect formal and informal learning, we need to check three aspects:
The ten participants involved in this tagging effort have bookmarked over 900 items!
Services like Instascriber [Nuggets from this page] (that translates RSS feeds automatically into Instapaper bookmarks) just don't work well enough for me.
I recently read an article in a business publication suggesting that communications people check Delicious to see what pages of the corporate website were being saved as bookmarks by Delicious users.
Each designed and then made their own bookmark as the charity attempts to get more people reading and bringing old paperbacks through their doors.
The ability for users to create their own tags and the flexibility to create private and public groups, to organize bookmark lists, and to generate reference lists provides possibilities for librarians to use 2collab to provide library services.
The site will now be saved on your phone, allowing you to select the site again from your bookmarks menu the next time you want to visit the site.
"You can see the quality associated with the search results based on a human touch point," when others in the organization take the time to comment, tag, or bookmark a particular search result.
I bookmark lots of websites, read lots of online journals, get abstracted and filtered information from a variety of "push" technologies, and subscribe to several listservs and other content distributors.
And we do not bookmark articles that have no free abstract, and require non-subscribers to pay an exorbitant fee up to $40 or more to read any part of the article; this does mean that some news we would otherwise cover is not included here.
The new version of the left navigation bar makes it easy to search for information and to bookmark favorite pages and files.
"Social bookmark" sites allow anyone who stumbles across an interesting site to immediately bookmark it and then post it to a central Web site to encourage others to visit it as well.
I prefer my bookmark list to show only the main headings and leave it to the reader to expand them when needed.