jfitzpatrick — 2014-04-05T06:40:32-04:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/186431/ask-htg-how-can-i-easily-send-news-articles-to-my-kindle-for-later-reading/
It’s easy to find interesting stuff to read online; it’s more difficult to find the time to read it. Follow along as we help a fellow reader push his favorite news articles to his Kindle so he can read in (distraction free) peace. Read on as we clip, sort, and even compile articles into handy daily and weekly digests for convenient reading on the go.
dankerschen — 2014-04-05T07:26:08-04:00 — #2
Interesting options, but I really like the official chrome extension from amazon:
Never failed to deliver the results I wanted and you get a preview as well...
giftmugs — 2014-04-05T11:52:57-04:00 — #3
Thanks for this tip. Great.
jfitzpatrick — 2014-04-05T15:09:09-04:00 — #4
The Chrome extension is nice (and, agreed, the preview is great) but the bookmarklets are crossplatform (and will even work with mobile browsers to boot) which offers a bit more reach for readers searching for a solution. =)
schubert — 2014-04-06T05:59:46-04:00 — #5
I confess and I did not read the article entirely but this solution applies to KOBO - or there is a similar solution for KOBO readers also?
jfitzpatrick — 2014-04-06T11:13:10-04:00 — #6
From what I can tell, checking over the Kobo website, the Kobo does not appear to have a send-to-email function (and, even if it did, you'd need to use a tool that supported ePub documents as the tools outlined in the article are specifically designed to work with Kindle document formatting).
That said, it looks like Kobo supports Pocket. You could use Pocket in place of Instapaper, and effectively achieve the same end. Hope that helps!
schubert — 2014-04-06T16:09:49-04:00 — #7
jfitzpatrick — 2014-04-15T06:40:37-04:00 — #8
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