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Social Bookmarking

Share it. Store it. Learn from others.

Seen something good on Ouch that you think others should know about, or that you'd like to mark for future use? Well, 'social bookmarking' could be just what you're looking for.

Sign up to sites like Stumbleupon or Delicious, send a link to the personal bookmarking page you're given, and then 'tag' the article with useful keywords to make it easier for other people to find.

Wikipedia has a great article about social bookmarking, which explains just how useful and flexible it can be.

How do I do it?

At the bottom of every article on Ouch, we give you the opportunity to send the page to a range of social bookmarking sites. From there, you can either share the links with other people or revisit them yourself from any computer on the net.

All the sites are free to use, but you will need to register first. Each service has different features; follow the links below to find out which one best meets your needs.

Go on, use social bookmarking to spread a bit of fascinating disability lifestyle around the net - you know you want to.

Where can I store stuff?

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