One hassle I'm constantly dealing with is how to remember and return to all the interesting reading material I find online.
For example, my colleague Christopher Null recently penned a great article, "How to run your business in Evernote."
A must-read, right?
Right, but when I first spotted it, I was mired in work. I couldn't spare any time to ingest the fruits of Null's wisdom.
I could bookmark the page, sure, but then I'd have to remember that bookmark existed -- and then go looking for it amidst a sea of other bookmarks. Not practical.
No, what I needed was a way to read that story later, like when I'm standing in line at the post office or waiting for my son to finish his swim lesson. Those are the perfect stolen moments for reading juicy Web content.