Do you use a bookmark when reading or just fold the page you're on?
I made this bookmark project this morn since I had menstrual cramps and a whole lot of precious time (and published a hub about it). I was just curious: do any of you use bookmarks when reading or do you just fold the pages to save time?
It depends on whether or not the book is worthy of a bookmark! If it's really good and I don't want to crease it because it looks pretty I'll find a bookmark. Most of the time, I'm too lazy to get up and go find a bookmark. 9 times out of 10 when I do get up, I'll have to take the bookmark from a book it's already in and I end up dog-earing the place the bookmark was keeping!
i use a bookmark my son made me when he was 8 years old. it has his picture on it and it says "never forget to say i love you" on it. he's 21 now and i cherish that bookmark.
I like bookmarks, especially those with inspirational sayings, and I use them all the time. Obviously they make it easier to find where I left off, and sometimes I read more than one book (not together).
Always use a book mark, I really cherish my books and don't have the heart to deface them
truthfully, if the book belongs to me, i fold the pages back....if they are someone else's books (i swap a lot with family and friends), I use a bookmark of sorts...a scrap of paper or a piece of ribbon.
I used to fold the pages but now I use a bookmark. I find it is a better treatment of books in general. Also, I have received some really nice bookmarks that I enjoy using.
I'm a bookmark person. I'm not above a scrap of paper if that's all I have, but I like nice bookmarks. If I don't have anything to use a bookmark I'd rather scan through until I see what looks new than fold down a page corner.
by Jason Menayan 7 years ago
I just posted a new blog post announcing the first stage in discontinuing bookmarks on HubPages:http://blog.hubpages.com/2012/03/bookma … hased-out/Some important points:- The only change so far is the removal of the "Bookmark this Hub" link on Hubs.- We will eventually phase out...
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
We just deployed another update to the site. There weren't any major changes this time, but there are a couple of nice new features:bookmark hubs - Thanks to Fawntia, in the sidebar there is now a link you can use to bookmark hubs that you just don't want to forget. You can place...
by Dr.S.P.PADMA PRASAD 11 years ago
Bookmarking---------------------- I am ashamed to say that I still do not know the bookmarking technics. In one of her hubs Sunseven has stressed on it. But I do not know how to open bookmarking option. Will anybody guide me.?
by Mary Hyatt 7 years ago
I keep seeing Hubbers remark in their comments that they will bookmark the Hub because they like it. Am I missing something? I print out the Hubs I really want to keep. I really miss the bookmark feature.
by sabrebIade 8 years ago
I got this e-mail from Xomba this morning..." As of November 30th Xomba has a new rule. You are not allowed to post anything to Xomba that is not original to Xomba.This means that you can not take something you have posted on another site and repost it on Xomba. All content must be written...
by Misha 10 years ago
OK, here is the deal - only those who bought the software called BookMarkingDemon can take part in this thread. Well, not exactly, of course, but it does not make any sense for those who do bookmarks manually - cause it will take a lot of time. If anyone wants to consider joining the club - here is...
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