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The internet is a treasure trove of fascinating and inspirational reading material, but how can we keep track of it all? Here are three tools that I use to tame the wild web and set up digital reading system.
Check out my article at the NAGC Computers and Technology site for five educational sites worth a subscription.
2. Read Later
When I find interesting articles, no matter what device I’m using, I can save the page to Pocket for reading later. Pocket strips out all the unnecessary design elements and gives me a clean reading environment accessible from my laptop, phone, or iPad. Going through my list of articles on Pocket is a fun way to wrap up the day.
3. Saving For Reference
For things I want to save for later as a reference, I use the bookmarking service Pinboard, but other free options include: Delicious, Diigo, and, of course, Pinterest. Each one lets you organize using folders or tags to make it easier to dig up your resources later.
With these three tools, I have a constant stream of inspiration as well the ability to quickly filter through, save what I like, and share out my favorites on Twitter.
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