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  • 1. A New Concept By Camille Johnston
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    • Are you always trying to find a site that you were just at?
    • Does your favorites list look like your history cache?
    • Do you wonder where you put that website?
    • What is a tag anyway?
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    • Takes bookmarking to the next level.
    • Eliminates the ongoing search to find where you saved the website.
    • Easy to do even if you do not quite know what you are looking for.
  • 6.
    • Makes bookmarking a little easier.
    • Organizes websites according to the tag.
    • Gives suggestions of common tags.
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    • A tag is simply a word you use to describe a bookmark. Unlike folders, you make up tags when you need them and you can use as many as you like. The result is a better way to organize your bookmarks and a great way to discover interesting things on the Web.(
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    • You can access your bookmarks from another computer.
    • Eliminates the need of lists on every computer .
    • Beneficial to home and work offices.
  • 10.
    • Identifies the most useful websites in a category.
    • Gives the internet community the opportunity to view your choices.
    • Makes it easy to search and navigate the web.
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    • for highest ranking websites through keywords.
    • Dig for technology and science.
    • for new and interesting sites.
    • Just click on anyone to try it out.
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    • A video brought to you by Common Craft.
    • Very easy to understand.
    • Just click and listen.
    • Social bookmarking video
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    • Although it takes time to tag a website it saves time in the future for everyone.
    • You can stop reinventing the wheel.
    • Research can be tedious if you have to weed out the sites that are not applicable.
    • Can be a great help for teachers particularly for lesson plans.
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    • It is another piece of software that needs maintenance, updates and caring.
    • Users often misspell words when tagging.
    • Users can assign derogatory tags.
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    • LeFeever, L. (August 6, 2007). Video:Social Bookmarking in Plain English. In Common Craft. Retrieved May 31, 2008, from
    • Lomas, C. (May 2005). 7 Things You Should Know About Social Bookmarking. In Educause Connect . Retrieved May 31, 2008, from houldKnowAbout/39378.
    • Mager, A. (n.d.). Try Social Bookmarking. In Andrew Mager. Retrieved May 31, 2008, from bookmarking/.
    • Rankin, B. (February 7, 2007). Social Bookmarking. In Ask Bob Rankin . Retrieved May 31, 2008, from