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- v. Present participle of annotate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the act of adding notes.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of adding notes
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So we got the idea of annotating the bizarre monologue using captions, and within a matter of hours, a new feature for DKTV was born: annotated video.
I know that the Kindle has a web browser and that it offers all kinds of "functionality", such as annotating passages or sharing recommendations using social media.
Going forward, the facility wants more insight into bigger problems such as annotating and categorising the human genome, automated protein structure prediction and lead molecule discovery.
Miomi allowed the user to zoom in and out of particular years and decades over the last century and a half and see relevant content (eg. from Wikipedia and public digital records) relating to that time, and also location, as well as annotating and adding their own.
Little Snapper seems to be some kind of web developer tool, which is all about grabbing screen shots and annotating them.
My concern, a few months ago, was that we should put quotes around RTs and then add whatever afterwards, or do some sort of annotation syntax before annotating with our own remarks.
This works well, but reading and annotating on a great ereader would be better.
It would require a team of graduate students under the direction of London scholars to do the indexing and the annotating and with schools sharing the publication costs.
The project could begin with the scanning of the complete works and computers could help greatly with the indexing, cross-referencing and annotating.
The answer is not filling out worksheets or annotating ludicrous numbers of textbook pages.