If you are a sad outcast from maintream society, who spends most of your time on your computer, then you probably want to be more efficient with your time. So you can spend more time on your computer.
I care less and less about my writing “career” here every day, so here is my latest insipid (and utterly useless) offering about boosting your productivity.
Apparently, this is a ” simple tool for saving web pages to read later on your iPhone, iPad, Android, computer or Kindle.”
Beacuse up until to now, we didn’t know how to return to a URL we’d just encountered. FFS.
You can add to your Amazon Wishlist antything your little heart desires with this bookmarklet. Whenever you’re surfing and find something you’d like to one day own, like a pen, just add it. Because you’re worth it. And couldn’t work out how to save links in a document.
If your are befuddled by the ambiguous title of this plugin, it only works in the Google Chrome browser. It lets you split your window in half so that you can view two web pages at once. I don’t know about you, but ever since the birth of the internet in 2003, I’ve been yearning for a way to view two web pages at the same time. I have two eyes for crying out loud. And two underused brain hemispheres.
Because what everyone needed was yet anoher URL shortening device. It provides analytics, social media monitoring and geotargeting. So really useful, then.
Read it Later
Like Instapaper, this plugin lets you save web pages to read at a later time. This begs the question: why copy something that is already available?
I can’t even be ***ed to finish this right now. I’m just going to publish it and complete it after I’ve cut my head off and taken it for a s**t.
Good job I’ve got so many tools to boost my productivity. Now I have more time to contemplate the bleak futility of my seemingly worthless existence.