Not particularly like PageMaker - but you can start a File>New Library - and then drag and drop items in here.
The Libray will behave like a Panel, so you can dock it or leave it floating.
But it will retain all the information you drag in to it.
Pagemaker used one pastebaoed per document. ID uses one per spread. You can put objects onthe pasteboard of the master page, and they will show on all pages that use that master IF they touch the bleed boundary, but not otherwise. Dave Saunders wrote a script, though, that will move all pasteboard objects to the current spread. It's not quite the same as PM -- you have to runthe script again if you change spreads, but it may help.
http://indesignsecrets.com/move-pasteboard-items-to-current-spread.php the script hasn't been updated for CS6, but if it doesn't run loos inthe CS6 scripts panel folder, it should work in a subfloder named "Version 7.0 Scripts" (without the quotes, but watch the spelling and capitalization).
InDesign can have multiple windows open for the same document. Each window can have a different viewing mode (Preview or normal working mode, for example) and different magnification. So, you could zoom to a small percentage to show multiple pages and their clipboards in one window, and your current working view of one page, a spread, several pages, several spreads, and drag or copy items from one pasteboard or document into the other window(s.) Multiple monitors would be a bonis! You can adjust the pasteboard margins in Preferences.
I'm switching to InDesign and I'm very used to the Pagemaker feature that allows you to move items off to the side of a page and view them on every page of the publication. I'm using ID for newspaper design, so I really need this or some other feature that will allow me to view text on every page. I move things around a lot and use samples, etc.
Thank you for any advice.