The Internet can be overwhelming when researching a particular subject and you may come across hundreds of websites, pages or blogs on a particular subject matter. Ok it’s great for referring to, but how many of us have the time to sift through that amount of information? Another problem is remembering links and web addresses of numerous sites, it’s almost impossible unless you jot them down. It would be much easier to grab links, build up a database and browse them at a later date.
Read It Later 0.8 is a useful firefox add-on that enables you to add links, external pages and other information which may be referred to as you wish. Simply click your right mouse button and store; it will also work in conjunction with the Foxmarks browser syncing tool.
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