Crisp, Clear Reading


Do you find ads, strange colors, numerous links, and sidebars annoying when reading an interesting article online? The New York Times tech editor David Pogue turned me on to this simple link.

The Web experience has completely changed for since I installed this free browser add-on.
With one click, it re-formats any Web article into what resembles a printed book page
or a Kindle page, and it’s glorious. No ads,no blinking, no colored backgrounds, no
white-on-black type, no tiny fonts. Read more here.

Readability allows you to read a complete article without the distractions. Simply proceed to Readability, set your parameters, and drag the link to your bookmarks toolbar. When you find an interesting article, simply click you toolbar link and voila!


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