I'm sure you all know the feeling where there's that much to read online nowadays that you end up missing a lot of information because you either didn't have the time or you were too busy at that moment in time to read it. If you use an RSS reader (eg. Google Reader), then the problem becomes even worse. If I'm at the computer, then I'm mostly busy coding or doing something. So I don't have time to stop and read every article I see. So I found myself just skimming the headlines, but not properly reading the details. That is until a friend introduced me to Instapaper. This allows you to put a bookmarklet in your browser's bookmarks (I have mine in the toolbar for quick access). So if I see a page I want to read later, I just click on the "Read Later" bookmarklet and it gets saved to my Instapaper account to read later. What makes this really useful, is that Instapaper has an iPhone application which syncs with your account. So my iPhone becomes like a magazine that is always full of articles that I know I want to read. And as it's my phone, I always have it on me. The Instapaper iPhone application isn't free, but it's definitely a small price to pay.