Saturday, May 9, 2009

Weekly Geeks - Mark It Down

For this week's edition of Weekly Geeks, I'd like to focus on one of the most useful tools for a bibliophile: Bookmarks.

Do you use bookmarks or just grab whatever is handy to mark your page? Do you collect lots of different bookmarks or do you have a favorite one that you use exclusively? If you're not someone who uses bookmarks on a regular basis, have you ever used anything odd to mark your place?If you make your own bookmarks or have a bookmark collection, please feel free to share some pictures with the rest of us.

Create your own post and come back to sign Mr. Linky. Please enter the direct URL to your post, not the main URL of your blog. Don't forget to visit other Weekly Geeks and see what sort of bookmarking habits they have!

When I read the question for this weeks Weekly Geeks I felt it oddly familiar and remembered that I answered something related to bookmarks on my blog before.. so I searched the archives and found that true it was a question I answered before.. Therefore I will not repeat my answers here but will direct you to that previous post ;)

What do you do?


Ana S. said... have some lovely bookmarks! I especially like the second to last one.

Sadako said...

Yours are gorgeous!

I usually just fold back pages or use whatever papers are handy. Nothing nearly as nice!

Anonymous said...

I love bookmarks. My new love is BookWormz. So cute and creative!

DeSeRt RoSe said...

Nymeth, thank you very much.. these are the most precious to me :)

Sadako, thank you.. I sometimes use pieces of paper too, if I'm out and don't have a bookmark handy :)

Insert Book Title, yes I agree, Bookwormz look so cute, I was considering getting me some :)

Jules said...

Nice book marks you have there! Mine are for the most part fairly simple. Usually just some witty saying. Like my newest one I bought a day or so ago with a cat, holding a stack of books asking how can I get any reading done with only one life.... heh.

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