Pocket those web pages to read later
I find intriguing articles, blog posts, or other web pages all the time – but often I don’t have time to read them right away. I used to keep track of such things with social bookmarking via Diigo or Delicious, but there’s a better way. Now I use Pocket (formerly known as Read It Later). When I run across something interesting, I click a button and the material is saved for me. Later on I visit a website and see a list of all the items I have saved. If I’m going to be travelling, I launch my iPad and download the material to read offline.
Here’s how it works
- Install the Pocket bookmarklet or extension for your browser(s). If you have a mobile device, get the app as well.
- Every time you see something you want to read later, click the Pocket button or link. You’ll get instant confirmation that it was saved.
- When you have time, go to the Pocket website or use a mobile app to read your content.
More: Save Articles to Read Later with Pocket (ProfHacker).