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Articles tagged Instapaper (27)

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Instapaper is an application aimed at time-shifting the consumption of online content, including journalism. It was launched in 2008 by developer Marco Arment, who at the time was the lead developer of Tumblr, and was bought in 2013 by Betaworks. Instapaper allows users to click a bookmarklet whenever they come across an article they would…

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Save for “sadistic news consumers,” readers may prefer less content, not more. At least they say they do. News.me is adjusting in that direction.
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Thanks to geofencing, both apps are now able to update your stories when you leave home or work.
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Mark Coddington    April 6, 2012
Plus: Fallout from the sale of the Philadelphia newspapers, analysis of media coverage of the Trayvon Martin case, and the rest of the week’s media/tech news.
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Joshua Benton    Dec. 14, 2011
Or are tools like Instapaper and Read It Later really just scratching an itch for time-shifted reading, whether those pieces are long or short?
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The divide between most-saved content and most-returned-to content says a lot.
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Andrew Phelps    Nov. 15, 2011
A new site (with a Lab connection) tries to create a way for radio fans to find great content.
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Justin Ellis    July 28, 2011
Pulse users on smartphones launch the app twice as often as tablet users — but tablet users keep it open twice as long per session.
Mark Coddington    June 10, 2011
Megan Garber and Andrew Phelps    June 6, 2011
Justin Ellis    May 17, 2011