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Have you ever wanted to have all those articles and webpages that you have seen but never had time to read in your pocket? Well now you can – with this application called Pocket.

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Phil Vincent · February 18, 2015 at 10:31 am

Great post Ian, I started using Pocket a couple of weeks ago, really handing for bookmarking links, articles, clips etc., and syncing across my devices!

Can I make a suggestion/request for a video about IFTTT?

    Ian Wilson · February 18, 2015 at 9:43 pm

    Thanks for the comment and the suggestion Phil – I’ll certainly add it to the list.

      Phil Vincent · February 19, 2015 at 4:09 pm

      Great, I’ve been using IFTTT more recently too, but for silly things like ‘Mute my phone when I get to work’ etc. I’d love to know how people use it more in a productivity/academic capacity 🙂

        Ian Wilson · February 19, 2015 at 8:27 pm

        Oh I don’t know if I am that advanced – you probably need to ask that of a learning technologist 🙂

Applications which live with my Twitter – Wilson Waffling · February 24, 2015 at 8:31 pm

[…] Pocket – If I come across something that I like the look of and, after the initial scan think I need to read this, or keep the information for later without tweeting it, I send it to Pocket. This stores everything for me so I can, as Pocket’s former name might suggest, ‘read it later’. I usually come back to this application when I have a ‘spare’ moment and read the articles. This often happens waiting for meetings to start or last thing at night instead of reading a book. […]

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