sally_maria: (Henry bookworm)
wrong but wromantic ([personal profile] sally_maria) wrote2017-01-11 09:29 pm
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Reading habits

I've always been an avid reader, but I must admit that the internet has definitely cut into my book reading time - both fanfic and blog posts/articles. I collect links to all sorts of things, and catch up when I have time. So I was wondering what you do with things you read online.

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How do you keep links for later reading

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I bookmark them in my browser
2 (33.3%)

I keep the tab open until I've read it
4 (66.7%)

I use an offline reading app like Pocket
1 (16.7%)

I use online bookmarks like Pinboard
1 (16.7%)

I don't, I always read them at the time
0 (0.0%)

Some other way I'll talk about in comments
2 (33.3%)

Obligatory silly ticky box :-)
1 (16.7%)

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[personal profile] heliopausa 2017-01-11 10:22 pm (UTC)(link)
Sometimes I'll save the link in a relevant document, or else in an open, unsent email, to read before continuing with writing whichever.
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[personal profile] sallymn 2017-01-12 07:31 pm (UTC)(link)
If it's fiction, I download it as epub or covert into word (or if it's a full book from the Internet Archive, maybe as a pdf) Especially fanfic, since I don't trust it not to vanish, even from wayback...

Articles and posts, I bookmark a fair few, or again download and convert if it's something big I know I'll want to revisit...