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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.
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bookmark

Online A popular term for the noting of a person for future reference–a metaphor borrowed from Web browsers
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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| ||This picture was being used as a bookmark in a book donated to the BIG Little Library at Belle Vale Shopping centre, inset, the writing on the back of the photo, inset bottom
In this study, following the development of performance standards by faculty experts, we used a modification of the Mapmark method, which is closely related to the bookmark method.
Alternatively Linkman Pro includes the ability to synchronize its XML bookmark databases between different computers.
* Preserve and Test Hyperlinks and Bookmarks in PDFs--When you are ready to put the brief from a word processor into PDF format, do so to preserve hyperlinks and bookmarks.
Again, for research for a novel I want to write, and for a new Bookmarks list of nonfiction about climate change.
For those who want to share interesting content with others, perhaps they have something of their own to tell to the world, Funicious Club provides them with an opportunity to socially bookmark their link and publish it for others to see and enjoy it too.
When a chapter is opened (Figure 2), the bookmark panel displays in the left margin allowing users to navigate more efficiently throughout the chapter.
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.
Many people build up a sizable collection of bookmarked or favourite pages in their browser over time.
Bookmarks were presented to last year's visiting authors as thank yous but they are being made available to members of the public this year.
Shared bookmarks represent a natural and powerful extension of web navigation tools which provides a mix of direct advice, given by the bookmark's proposers, and indirect guidance deriving from the preferences expressed by the other users (Millen et al., 2007).