Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

very great, bad, or overwhelming

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hellaciously unfun to read

—p.36 by David Foster Wallace
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hellaciously unfun to read

—p.36 by David Foster Wallace
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2 years ago

traveling from place to place, especially working or based in various places for relatively short periods

46

and sort of did the peripatetic writer

—p.46 by David Foster Wallace
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and sort of did the peripatetic writer

—p.46 by David Foster Wallace
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2 years ago

plural of nexus

an itinerant minstrel

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jongleur ballad

—p.92 by David Foster Wallace
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jongleur ballad

—p.92 by David Foster Wallace
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relating to stone and gems and the work involved in engraving, cutting, or polishing

93

very lapidary prose

—p.93 by David Foster Wallace
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very lapidary prose

—p.93 by David Foster Wallace
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(adj) occluding or tending to occlude (stop, close up, obstruct, etc)

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occlusive seal

—p.94 by David Foster Wallace
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occlusive seal

—p.94 by David Foster Wallace
confirm
2 years ago

(noun) offense or annoyance

98

took umbrage with

—p.98 by David Lipsky
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took umbrage with

—p.98 by David Lipsky
strange
2 years ago

(noun; historical; law) the deliberate concealment of one's knowledge of a treasonable act or a felony; (literary) Harold Bloom's term for when strong writers misinterpret their literary predecessors so as to clear imaginative space for themselves

127

skip or dance about in a lively or playful way

132

grotesque, capering figure

—p.132 by David Foster Wallace
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grotesque, capering figure

—p.132 by David Foster Wallace
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2 years ago

speak rapidly and unintelligibly, typically through fear or shock

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