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Usually when I find an article, a video or a tweet that inspires me to write, I bookmark the link in my browser or I copy and paste it into a Word document for later viewing. That process can be clumsy and difficult to organize. I often forget where I’ve stored ideas and lose track of links and notes.
With BO.LT, I’m able to create an archive of ideas and content with URLs that mean something to me, all stored in a single location. Pretty slick, right? One of my favorite features is the ability to annotate any webpage with my own comments and ideas. BO.LT makes it easy for me to jot down my initial thoughts and reactions after reading an article or watching a video – directly on the page, rather than on the nearest piece of scrap paper
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