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Every story page on the News and Sport websites now includes links to a range of social bookmarking / sharing websites.

Social bookmarking links can be found at the bottom of all story pages

These sites allow you to store, tag and share links across the internet. You can share these links both with friends and people with similar interests. You can also access your links from any computer you happen to be using.
So, if you come across a BBC story that you find interesting and want to save for future reference or share it with other people, simply click on one of these links to add to your list.
All of these sites are free to use but do require you to register. Once you have registered you can begin bookmarking.
Each of the sites works slightly differently so use the links below to find out which service best suits your needs.
You can find out more about social bookmarking on Wikipedia.
Wikipedia article on social bookmarking
For more details about each of these services:
Del.icio.us
To register, go to:
http://delicious.com/
For more information:
http://delicious.com/help/learn
Digg
To register, go to:
http://digg.com/register
For more information:
http://digg.com/about
reddit
To register, go to:
http://reddit.com/login
For more information:
http://reddit.com/help/faq
Facebook
To register, go to:
https://register.facebook.com/r.php
For more information:
http://www.facebook.com/about.php
StumbleUpon
To register, go to:
http://www.stumbleupon.com/sign_up.php
For more information:
http://www.stumbleupon.com/aboutus.html


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