Rubric can store and organize your bookmarks for you, filling in for your browser's bookmarks feature. Since you won't be using "Add Bookmark" anymore, you'll need a new, convenient way to bookmark pages. Bookmarklets like these will help:

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my rubric

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post to rubric

post to rubric (pop up)

You can drag them to your browser's bookmark bar (if it has one) or put them in its bookmark menu.

The "post to rubric" link should be explained a bit. It uses JavaScript to redirect you to this Rubric's posting link; this means you'll need to be logged in. It passes a the URI and title of your current page to the form, and also a "when_done" parameter that, here, tells Rubric to send you back to the bookmarked page when you're done.