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May 28, 2012 at 7:57am
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The expert’s guide to Instapaper
by Eddie Smith, Macworld.com, macworld.com
They arrive by Twit­ter, by RSS, and by email. They’re passed around on social net­works. They’re embed­ded in online arti­cles and blog posts. I’m talk­ing about all of those links to things you’d like to read but can’t. Mak­ing time to read…

They arrive by Twitter, by RSS, and by email. They’re passed around on social networks. They’re embedded in online articles and blog posts. I’m talking about all of those links to things you’d like to read but can’t. Making time to read everything you find on the Web the moment you find it is hard, so you probably don’t read it at all—unless you use a read-it-later service like Instapaper.

The expert’s guide to Instapaper
by Eddie Smith, Macworld.com, macworld.com

They arrive by Twit­ter, by RSS, and by email. They’re passed around on social net­works. They’re embed­ded in online arti­cles and blog posts. I’m talk­ing about all of those links to things you’d like to read but can’t. Mak­ing time to read…

They arrive by Twitter, by RSS, and by email. They’re passed around on social networks. They’re embedded in online articles and blog posts. I’m talking about all of those links to things you’d like to read but can’t. Making time to read everything you find on the Web the moment you find it is hard, so you probably don’t read it at all—unless you use a read-it-later service like Instapaper.