Look into Pocket. It's an extension that comes preinstalled on Mozilla Firefox, but can be added to other browsers like Chrome. It is exactly what you are looking for. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
If a book is too daunting, you could collect articles in a service like Pocket and read them. Or maybe subscribe to newsletters and read those. You should be able to fit one in your 30 mins block. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
My hot tip. Save the article to Pocket (https://getpocket.com/en/) that way you can download the article and get passed the paywall. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Completely unrelated to your paywall comment, this is an app I really like. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Have you seen https://getpocket.com/en/ ? - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
Managing learnings from the internet is not an easy task and it seems like everyone has their own way of managing things from the internet. Whether that be with save-it-later services like Pocket, highlighting solutions like Hypothes.is, or simply pasting / writing things from the internet with tools like Roam Highlighter to their personal Zettelkasten system. But none of these solutions hit the mark for taking... - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
Sounds like you are describing Pocket , if you use Firefox it comes preinstalled, but that’s only if you’re after using it yourself. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
For those looking to bookmark articles for later reference, I would strongly recommend getting Pocket. It allows you to save articles and add tags to them as well. Once you are done reading them, you can archive it and pull it up again if needed. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
Hey, there are so many productivity apps you can use. For a to-do list app you can try Quire, it's a great app for personal users, I think. You can break down your task in a list view and see your progress in a timeline view. And I also like Pocket to store all the articles or links, even videos that I found interesting but haven't got the time to read them. Good luck! - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
I have managed to replace most of my online services with private ones except for Pocket. I just use it for saving links in Firefox, I do not need the reading app functionality. I would go with Memex, but it seems like it will be going into paid mode later this year, and I unfortunately can't afford to pay for anything right now. Nextcloud and self-hosted managers are not an option for me. - Source: Reddit / 9 months ago
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