Three in Two

Spend 2 quick minutes exploring 3 cool websites

This week: Managing professional reading

If your desktop looks anything like mine, it has two different browsers open with at least two windows for each, with multiple tabs displaying interesting articles to read, websites to explore and reviews to review. Too much information, not enough time! Thankfully, there are some wonderful tools available to help manage the "musts" (must read, must try, etc.) and a few even work cross-platform. Here is a sample of the many products available.
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eduClipper

Are you a fan of Pinterest? Then eduClipper is right up your alley. Another great product from Adam Bellow (the guy behind eduTecher) that allows you to clip content from across the web from your laptop or iPad and build content-specific boards.

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Pocket: Save For Later

Anything fits into Pocket - articles, video, images - and is accessible cross-platform and away from the internet. (Their promo video calls it "dog-park friendly.") Pocket is also integrated into scads of apps, including Twitter and Flipboard.

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Evernote: The workspace for your life's work

Is there something that Evernote doesn't do? Best known as a notetaking tool, you can utilize Evernote as a folder to hold those articles you want to read later by employing the clipper feature. Free and premium plans available.