I read a lot. I think I’ve mentioned that. :) I use feedly to keep up with blogs and magazines that interest me, and Pocket to keep articles for later reading, and I still do a lot of reading in my web browser on my phone and at the computer, too. I don’t do muchContinue reading “On the topic of speed”
There was a time when I thought Pocket was the second best option for all the articles I was used to clipping into Evernote to read later. I do not think that anymore.
Well, it was a good run. I used to enjoy reading The Passive Voice blog for the publishing news and stuff, even the random bits that didn’t really have a lot to do with publishing or self-publishing. I have been visiting and reading the site for more than six years. But The Passive Voice hasContinue reading “The decline of The Passive Voice website”
The Passive Voice posted a link to a great little article about reading today, “How to Get Your Mind to Read,” that tempted me to comment. I wrote one, but then decided the comment went a little too personal for me to post it there, so I’m putting it here instead. :-) “This was aContinue reading “A link about reading comprehension that’s worth sharing”
I wanted to save a few articles from an author’s website to read later, so I sent the links to Pocket using the right-click context menu. It’s something I do regularly when I want to follow links but don’t actually want to do it right then for whatever reason. (Because I should be writing!) SoContinue reading “Recommendation! Don’t use Wix for your author website”
I think I clicked a link to get to it from somewhere, but by the time I read the essay, I’d lost track of where I’d been. It doesn’t matter. The essay was lovely and I enjoyed it enough to want to share. :) It warns you for politics, but it really isn’t political. It’sContinue reading “Read a really lovely essay today on a random blog”
It’s 8:14 am, I have my hot honey lemon water next to me, and my computer set to power saver mode to maximize the battery. I did get up early again today but I’ve been dragging a bit. NPR.org is definitely going to have to go onto my no read list for my web reading challenge.Continue reading “Challenge morning redux”
Mornings are when I expect to have my most difficulty with this web reading challenge I’m doing. I tend to spend a lot of time in the mornings settling into the day reading this stuff. I didn’t have any trouble at all this morning. Haven’t even been tempted. Stopping myself from clicking certain things byContinue reading “Web reading challenge: morning one”