[Epiphany] Re: Page Snapback feature

hyperf writes: 

> I was just following the snapback conversation and to me it seems that
> what is being discussed is a lot like just a local bookmark. It seems

Bingo. This is right on. Basically snapback is a temporary bookmark that 
isn't saved. Now why would a user want to create a temporary bookmark 
instead of a permanent one? The answer is that bookmark handling tends to 
suck in all web browsers. So the issue now is how do we make bookmarking 
better and more useful. 


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