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).

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New Labour’s greatest intellectual error
New Labour’s greatest intellectual error, on the economy,...
the modern meritocracy discourse is invented
[...] there’s a very interesting discourse that I quote i...
it's all relative
Without understanding the complex interplay of things, it...
the boys who tormented me in college
It took me years to understand that the boys who tormente...
local perception of wealth, poverty, and status
For most, Silicon Valley is at a distance, a far-off land...

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Jack Dorsey’s Entrepreneurial Apprenticeship
@kantbot2000 (missing author)

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Failing to See, Fueling Hatred.
@zephoria (Danah Boyd) (missing author)

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Failing to See, Fueling Hatred.
@zephoria (Danah Boyd) (missing author)

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An interview with Thomas Piketty
LSE International Inequalities Institute Working Paper 1 (missing author)

Interview of Thomas Piketty by Mike Savage on July 8th at the Paris School of Economics

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An interview with Thomas Piketty
LSE International Inequalities Institute Working Paper 1 (missing author)

Interview of Thomas Piketty by Mike Savage on July 8th at the Paris School of Economics

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Corbynomics: where next?
@james.meadway (missing author)

summary from text

  1. Keynesianism is not enough. The weaknesses of the UK economy require measures that will address its serious structural flaws. There are no quick fixes.
  2. Austerity is not the product of ideology alone, but hard-wired into the kind of economy we now live in.
  3. Structural reforms are the only means by which a socially just anti-austerity economic policy can be delivered. Corbyn’s campaign offers the opportunity to create a base of popular support for a comprehensive anti-austerity programme.
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Corbynomics: where next?
@james.meadway (missing author)

summary from text

  1. Keynesianism is not enough. The weaknesses of the UK economy require measures that will address its serious structural flaws. There are no quick fixes.
  2. Austerity is not the product of ideology alone, but hard-wired into the kind of economy we now live in.
  3. Structural reforms are the only means by which a socially just anti-austerity economic policy can be delivered. Corbyn’s campaign offers the opportunity to create a base of popular support for a comprehensive anti-austerity programme.
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