I am very good about bookmarking interesting articles that I find online. I am very bad about going back and reading them. And I’m always looking for new ways to streamline and simplify my work habits.
I am in no way affiliated with Readbag, although I would probably give its creator, Thomas Marban, a hug if I ever met him in person (or maybe a hard chuck on the shoulder).
Readbag lets me easily keep track of things I want to read and puts them close at hand – like a bed side table for the web. And it sits, as an extension, in my Firefox navigation bar for one-click posting and one-click viewing.
Sure, technically this is duplicating what any bookmarking tool can do. But functionally, for me, since I actually read what I save to Readbag, it beats the bookmarking tool hands down.