Several times a day I happen to come across a website that I should read sometime. These sites often end up in my bookmarks, but these are easily cluttered with bookmarks that I (should) read once, but aren’t worthwhile to save. I think I want “disposable bookmarks” (throw away after reading). Maybe that’s something for a Firefox feature request?
Since that feature doesn’t exist (yet), how am I supposed to keep up with all those interesting sites and links? Since today, a little better.
I just found out about Read It Later, a nice addition to my life hacking toolkit. They offer a Firefox addon, but they also integrate with other browsers (including mobile devices). Everytime you visit a website that you want to read, but not immediately, one click saves it to the Read It Later bucket.
Everytime you have a spare moment, one click takes you back to a website from the Read It Later bucket (and it can delete it automatically, forget about that Firefox feature request!).
Simple, nice implementation, plus the ability to sync across computers (so you have the same list on every device you use). Recommended, as it puts me in control of the things that I want to read.How Not To Choke On Twitter, Facebook and blogs,