The news that Instapaper sold to Pinterest shocked me from my early evening domestic routine. At first, it seemed like a mistake. It couldn’t be true. And then it sank in.
I love Instapaper. It is my “read it later” app and, increasingly, one of my favorite research tools too. I had an idea for how it can be better for research and thought I’d explain how.
I use Instapaper every day and the day the app was updated to add highlights was a very happy one. Today’s update adds, among other things, notes that sync! Yes, Instapaper made me cry big tears of joy today. Annotate your Instapaper articles with Notes, now available on Instapaper 6.4! http://t.co/JATwoDQYDF — Instapaper (@instapaper) June 4, 2015 […]
I use Instapaper daily and just found another reason to love the service and support the very smart man behind it:
Link: Instapaper awarded Macworld’s Editors’ Choice I’ve been using Instapaper to send articles to my Kindle DX to read when I have a chance (the result is a personalized magazine or newspaper). It is a terrific service and a great way to keep up with all that reading I don’t have time for as I […]
I’ve been using Feedly for many years. It is my go-to feed reader and it’s a central feature in my information diet. Inspired by Richard MacManus’ article, I thought I’d share my Feedly wishlist.
Ever wondered if you could use the iPad Pro for everything your trust laptop does for you? Frederico Viticci has a very detailed answer for you so get comfortable.
In the IFTTT v Pinboard battle, the users are hurt the most. It looks like Pinboard will not be supported by IFTTT when IFTTT transitions to its new platform. That sucks.