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>Also, though I haven't had much exposure _yet_ to Mosaic, isn't it possible to
>build your own "homepage" with hypertext links to the information you need?
>This would be similar to a "list of all the things I look up all the time" or,
>say, every time I do this activity (twice a year), the instructions for doing
>either pop up, or are instantly available, just like that bookmark.
>In fact, I think that's what some products call it--a bookmark.
>So, it is technologically possible to do this, and I think will be applied
>more and more in the future.
Not only can you build bookmark lists (or 'hotlists') from within
Mosaic (and gopher), but even Windows help files will let you create
bookmarks. Thus, you can turn down the page corners --
but you can't make additions.