I have used CiteBite a number of times here to link not only to a page, but a particular string of text highlighted on that page. I love CiteBite and find it incredibly useful.
But what if I want to do more than link to a highlighted passage on a page? What if I want to link to an annotated page? That’s what SharedCopy is for.
SharedCopy is easy to use and has bookmarklets for both public and private markups. This would perhaps be useful for instructional purposes or for collaboration on design. You could even mark up a full text article like this one.
Because SharedCopy turns URLs into links, it is easy to insert a link to PubMed search results for additional reading on a facet of the article.