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Comment author: GoldenWolf 13 May 2012 04:31:08PM 4 points [-]

Found HPMOR, changed my life, etc. Been reading for a couple years, and I figure it's finally time to start actually doing something. Not an academic at all. I'm in the Army and spend my free time with creative writing, but I understand most of the material, and I am capable of applying it.

I have a question that's not in the FAQ. I recently read The Social Coprocessor Model. I want to reread it again in the future without keeping a tab permanently open. There is a save button near the bottom, and I clicked it. How exactly does this work? I can't figure out how to access the post from the main page. I suppose I could always keep a document with my favorite links or clutter up my browser's favorites, but it seems stupid if there's already a system in place here.

Comment author: Randaly 13 May 2012 04:44:04PM *  2 points [-]

Welcome to LessWrong!

If you get to either the main or the discussion page by clicking on either button, you should see a smaller row of buttons immediately beneath the two big buttons ("Main" and "Discussion"). One of them should read "Saved"; if you click on that, you'll see all of the posts you've saved.

Comment author: GoldenWolf 13 May 2012 05:06:37PM 0 points [-]