I'm creating a wordpress theme, and that i would like it to have the ability to dynamically load posts using jquery's .load() function. I curently have the burden functionality however, upon reloading the page, the dynamically loaded publish vanishes. I would like the consumer to have the ability to bookmark a dynamically loaded publish, after which for your publish to be there once the user reloads the page (or bookmarks it and opens the bookmark). My real question is: it is possible to book-marking wordpress plugin that's suitable for wordpress and my scenario?

I have already attempted http://tkyk.github.com/jquery-history-plugin/ and http://www.asual.com/jquery/address/docs/ plus they both aren't effective for whatever reason.

It may sound like you'll need a deep connecting/history wordpress plugin. My choice library is SWFAddress. It really puts a question string following a hash tag that you can to read to. All you want change is rather than creating a call in the click, you listen for any page change event sent from SWFAddress.