I used to fold over the corner of a page to mark my spot in a book. But after folding and unfolding the corners of multiple pages, it became more difficult to find my place in a book. Not only that, but I’d also fold the corner on pages that had important information. I discovered PagePoints a few years ago and have been using them religiously ever since.
More after the jump.
A page point is a micro thin metal clip that you can attached to the any page in a book to mark your spot. But unlike folding the corner of the page, pagepoints are easy to find when looking at the spine of a book. You can also mark the specific line where you left off by positioning the pagepoint on that specific part of the page. I can now go back to my bookshelf and easily see which books I started to read and never finished because each one of them has a pagepoint marking where I left off.