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Apr
2009

How to stay focused on what you read while surfing the Internet

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Reading articles, posts, blogs and websites on the Internet is very interesting, independently if you do it for work or leisure (at least, I think so).  But if you are the kind of guy who likes to be concentrated on what you are doing without being distracted by anything, then the above-mentioned activity may turn to a hard job, a real pain where annoyances are always round the corner. As a matter of fact, websites are scattered with all kind of junk whose purpose is  distract you from what you are doing and convince you to click, click and click again. Embedded games, invasive ads, flashing writings, pop-up, pop-under are just few example. If you like to read articles without being bothered by its “surroundings”, here is an easy, free solution for you.

Readability is a nice website whose goal is to make reading on the Web more enjoyable by removing the clutter around from that you are reading. Basically, Readability will get rid of all that harassment and nuisance which prevent you from staying concentrated on your reading. It will just show you the text without anything around.The way it works is rather simple. All you have to do is to drag a simple Javascript code (hidden behind a button on its main page) to your browser’s bookmark toolbar (in this way you will create a new bookmark). Next time you will see a blog worth reading, just click the bookmark to display a bare-bone version of that page.

Readability most important features are:

  • Different styles available.
  • Different fonts available.
  • Choose your favorite margins: Narrow, medium, Wide, Extra Wide.

If you want to know more, or if you want to use this service, visit the official website.




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