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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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Oliver Roberts, director of Bookmarked Games, said: "Kids' games do need to be educational, but more importantly they need to be fun.
Authorship can be indicated if the users are the authors or coauthors of a bookmarked resource's content, and a link will be displayed in their profiles as users' publications, helping users keep track of their own publications.
The problem is that in the interim period pages are bookmarked but when the site is revamped this content is invariably deleted, throwing out the baby with the bathwater.
Few will bother to re-search your site if the page they have bookmarked is dead - so the interested visitor is lost, and possibly to a competitor.
For those of you who have bookmarked www.asaenet.org/main and use the bookmark after the launch, you will automatically be forwarded to the new spiash page.
Now I want to discuss some practical ways to deal with .pdf files and then briefly discuss creating a bookmarked .pdf file from various word- processing files.
Most of these operations also apply to bookmarked pages as well.
Siteseer uses the findings of one user as implicit recommendations for another based on the bookmarked discoveries of a pool of reviewers qualified as trusted recommenders.
As with other social bookmarking tools, users can see information on other users who bookmarked each resource.