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Some avid readers use applications like Goodreads to track their reading progress and reading history. At some point, the number of books and quotes in a user's history exceeds the abilities of casual recall. Where human randomly access memory fails, computers and databases step into help store and track this information . This project proposes some changes to the way this data is organized and visualized so that the user can more easily flip to the appropriate page in their reader history (i,e, their bookmarks).

Project Members: Kristin Nicole Harper

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