Diff for /bookie/www/purpose.html between versions 1.1 and 1.2

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 bookmark or branch is submitted, RDF can be sent to the server and synced  bookmark or branch is submitted, RDF can be sent to the server and synced
 with all the other clients.  with all the other clients.
   
<p> Of course, this is barely scratching the surface of what Bookie could do<p> Of course, this is barely scratching the surface of what Bookie could do.
-- it could invalidate useless bookmarks, keep a cache of bookmarks for
you... it could keep private bookmark folders which you could only see by<p>It could invalidate useless bookmarks.
typing a password... It could provide folders with multiple parents so that 
you could have the equivalent of symlinks in folders... It could rearrange<p>It could keep private bookmark folders which you could only see by
or delete bookmarks according to your own criteria (popularity, lasttyping a password. 
updated)... You could have limited access to bookie allowing you to add only
 <p>It could provide folders with multiple parents so that you could have the 
 equivalent of symlinks in folders. 
 
 <p>It could rearrange or delete bookmarks according to your own criteria
 
 <P>You could have limited access to bookie allowing you to add only
 annotations to a bookmark, or submit links on an honor system so that the  annotations to a bookmark, or submit links on an honor system so that the
most popular float to the top...  You could adjust your filter so that onlymost popular float to the top.  (See 
the oldest or the newest bookmarks show up.<a href="http://www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/discovery/2000/09/rudolf/recommender.html">This paper</a>
 for more information).
 
 <p>You could adjust your filter so that only the oldest or the newest bookmarks 
 show up.
   

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