Send Web Sites to Your Inbox with Toread

Common dilemma: You come across a cool Web site you want to revisit later, but how will you remember you want to revisit it later?

Common dilemma: You come across a cool Web site you want to revisit later, but how will you remember you want to revisit it later? Sure, you can bookmark it, but then it might get lost and/or forgotten amidst your hundreds of other bookmarks.

Enter Toread, a handy little service that sends bookmarks to your inbox. What's the advantage? Simple: The site stays on your radar. Think of it as an e-mail reminder: "Hey, look at me!"

Using Toread is a snap. After registering for the service (it's free), you get a custom "bookmarklet" you can add to any browser. When you land on a site you want to send to yourself, you just click the Toread bookmark.

Presto: In a minute or two, the link arrives in your inbox. And not just the link, but also the full page you were viewing. (The service is called Toread, after all.)

If you like that, you should also check out Tomobi, which converts any Web page into text-only content that's suitable for reading on your phone.

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Rick Broida

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