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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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Since social bookmarking tools automatically create RSS feeds for every tag and for every user, I can also integrate those feeds into web pages.
To work as a reference manager and not just another social bookmarking tool, Connotea stores complete citation information for journal articles, books, blogs, and other reference types.
Once the story is submitted, other users of these bookmarking services will be able to read the story and vote for it, thus potentially increasing its ranking.
Bookmarks, the most popular bookmarking tool on the Web today, there was a growing need for an integrated experience to make it easy and convenient for users to save and access their favorite web sites.
VideoClick's frame accurate bookmarking and annotation tools will significantly improve collaboration between police and prosecutors.
Along with an improved bookmarking mechanism, DPWeb DX users can now select the search engine of their choice to quickly access information on the Web.
Utilizing ACTV's bookmarking technology, Evolve's remote control will enable viewers to save addresses of Web pages (URLs) that are related to TV programming and view them later at Evolve's companion Web Site.
The Cat in the Hat has chosen three age appropriate Web sites, and kids are walked through the process of bookmarking one of the three sites.
This frees customers from the time-consuming manual bookmarking and linking requirements imposed by similar products.
Web Buddy also serves as a world class bookmarking utility.
With bookmarks, a mouse click instantly transports the user to a chosen destination, just like Web browser bookmarking provides access to Web site information.