If you’re like me, you keep somewhere between 15 and 40 tabs open at a time because you open something, decide you want to read it later, but don’t want to tag it in del.icio.us or bookmark it â€” and that something becomes 15 somethings, or more. Anne-Marie links to the Firefox extension Read It Later, which allows one to mark a page to be added to a list of pages to be read later. When you do get to reading it, you can then either remove it from your reading list, or tag it in a site like del.icio.us or digg. Pretty rad, I think.
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Assistant Professor of English with research areas in digital literacy, privacy and social media, and queering rhetorics.
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