@douginamug What do you do with unread articles?
@tagomago firstly, articles 'shouldn't' be interactive, so this new rule wouldn't prevent me from leaving them open...
I am also using the Zotero Firefox plugin, and I sometimes use that to save a snapshot.
I'm also trying to become a bit more ruthless: my time is limited, is this article something I really want to read?
So, still working on that. How you managing the infopocalypse?
Losing at it with 80 tabs permanently open, plus a few dozen I struggle with daily. I don't know what to do.
@douginamug @drymer One great thing it does is downloading the text of the web pages into the org-mode document (as labelled sub-items of the entries), thus effectively replacing Wallabag with a local, simple tool. 👌
I only need a way to visualize those downloaded texts in a nicer format, similar to my customized Reader View, just in case the original url disappears. Maybe I could generate temporary html documents from Emacs to close the circle, or epubs. Gotta look into that.
Now every time I start Firefox my computer be like:
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