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10.7: Another use for the Reading Lists
Authored by: dogboi on Sep 19, '11 01:00:57PM

That'll work, and I used to is Read It Later for the same thing (I use Instapaper to store the stuff I want to read). There are better solutions, though.

The first is just to set up a temporary folder in your browser, and bookmark stuff there. The second is to use a bookmarking service like delicious or pinboard, and just create a special tag to check it later (in fact, pinboard has a built in tag for that: readlater). The third option is to use Quiet Read, which is a small app built exactly for that purpose. (http://bambooapps.com/free-stuff/). It's free (though there's a pro version).

If you use Chrome, you can also use TooManyTabs and shunt things away for later. :-)



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