Is there any online web based .pdf reader what would allow me to create a bookmark for a page or even paragraph/word so I know what to open start reading next time?

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Wikipedia has a list of web based PDF viewers:

  • A.nnotate: a web service which views PDF documents as HTML in the browser, with annotation features.
  • Crocodoc: a free web service which allows annotating PDFs and saving them
  • Google Docs: a web service which views PDF documents as JPEG images in the browser
  • Scribd: a web service which renders PDF documents as a Flash widget within a web page
  • vuzit: a web service which views PDF documents (and 40 others) as HTML in the browser via AJAX.

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