The Electronic Dictionary Bookmark from That Company Called If is a brilliant innovation that aims to bring back dictionaries from their semi-retired status. First up, the company in North Yorkshire, UK that makes this is actually called “That Company Called If.” Their creation is a very thin electronic dictionary that doubles as a bookmark. They’ve fed in the full 38,000 definitions of the Collins English Dictionary into the device. They’re all available at your fingertips, inside the book you’re reading. That’s the kicker, because you don’t have to put down the book to go find a dictionary and look up a word. It has a display screen, keyboard and scroll controls so you can select a letter and go through the available definitions under each letter.