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bookmark

Informatics
verb To save the uniform/universal resource locator (URL) of a webpage of interest for future visit(s).

Vox populi
noun A person noted for future reference, a metaphor borrowed from informatics.

bookmark

Online A popular term for the noting of a person for future reference–a metaphor borrowed from Web browsers
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It's the second year that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has handed out the 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.
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But you can use Connotea to search for bookmarks (Web links) contributed by many scientists and doctors, not just us.
Santa Clarita children are invited to participate in the Bookmark Contest at the Newhall, Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy and Valencia branch libraries, where entry forms are available.
WEB-PAGE BOOKMARKS are a great way to keep track of your own frequently traveled Web sites.
Anyone can store a bookmark to almost any document on the web, a terribly useful feature that many newcomers to computers don't realise is at their disposal.
In contrast, Furl keeps online copies of selected resources and will retrieve them instantly, so you don't need to bookmark sites, print Web pages or e-mail copies to yourself.
Here, in the mouth of Laurence Sterne's Walter Shandy of the 1760s, are the constituents of the present-day word bookmark, but not yet in combination.
Check&Get has powerful, built-in bookmark management functions.
You might try using bookmark to help you follow along.