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Radio Bookmark – bookmark public radio stories you enjoy


The Radio Bookmark is a clever little gizmo which lets you ‘bookmark’ stories and music aired on US public radio shows that you would like to listen to again later. The device is not an audio recorder, but a date stamp tool.


When you hear a song you want to remember, or you have to switch off in the middle of a cool chat show segment, just hit the yellow button. The product will log the date and time, so when you get back to your laptop it will load the info into your personal web bookmark page so you can listen again. Cool idea, priced at $39.95.


  * When you push the button to bookmark a story or music you would like to follow up on, the Radio Bookmark just records the time of day and automatically matches your bookmarks with your station’s program schedule. * Later, when convenient to you, plug it into your USB port of you PC or Mac and your own personal web page lists your “bookmarked” stories in an easy-to-read format. * Replay and email stories and find more information regarding the topic and other stories by the same author.

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  • A very cool device for NPR listeners. They offer the best NPR on iPhone app as well.

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