Having trolled through and through, Can anyone help re linking to specific posts in threads. My bookmarks are getting out of control inevitably loosing posts I liked reading or using - particularly the protocol ones?
Does it have something to do with the permalink feature? I have tried stuffing around to no avail. Recently having to do a re-install my once were bookmarks now seem useless :(
Among the community of nations, Pakistan today stands out on one hand as a petty thug brandishing a dangerous weapon, and at other times as a concubine, sleeping with anyone willing to pay for her expensive tastes. ~ Tarek Fatah
"Protocol" is what I like to note with my bookmarks. For instance my WAB bookmark is in my Politics section In turn it has a subset folder for particular links on the board. Most of these are professional/academic viewpoints that are quite invaluable on forming a perception, IE, I have lost posts in the past that JAD/Astralis/Shek/Zraver/OoE make that I have lost to the depths of hard drive crashes, although trying to use the search function often doesn't help me hence the book marking.
For instance, if one of the aforementioned made a post on closing Gitmo that turned into a thread about torture, and say JAD made a point, if I typed in JAD/Gitmo JAD/Torture Gitmo/Torture the search wouldn't necessarily bring it up Or it might bring up three threads with 15 Pages each, then the problem is linking to the post in the thread so when I reference it People can't really follow my thought process because it does not link to a specific post...
Occasionally when someone gives a different perspective also especially from a professional viewpoint that alters my take considerably on a given situation - Invariably I need to substantiate it, or remind myself, which I can't do because I can no longer find the particular post. Which makes me look like more of a dork than I am already
Last edited by Chunder; 28 Dec 09, at 08:11.
just click on permalink, upper right corner
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