Like many people who spend all day on the Internet for blogging, working, shopping and facebooking, I use tabbed browsing and I currently have about 30 web pages active simultaneously. This cool feature of the latest web browser versions makes it easy to store everything you need to use now or save for later, but the drawback is that the browser will crash at some point and you need to reinstall the program. Bookmarks help you save all your opened tabs, but if you don’t save them to the hard drive too, you risk to lose everything in case session restoring stops to work. Over time, the number of tabs grows significantly and you won’t be able to keep so many open simultaneously.
Make your book pages look more fresh with this green sprout from Suck UK. The bookmark is a small silicone piece created by Doo Design Studio. Read more
Author: Elena Opris
The Green Marker is a project started by Yuruliku and a winner of a Good Design Award in 2010. It consists of grass blade-style adhesive notes that can be used as bookmarks. Get it for the home or the office. Read more