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My IFTTT recipes, RSS “Buffer Zone” and Instapaper rate limits

What is IFTTT? This is my first time actually writing about IFTTT. If This Then That has been a valuable service for me in the past months, and I can’t imagine my internet usage without it. Which is scary. It lets me “program” my online applications, through API access, and make wonderful things. I’ll cut … Continued

Instapaper vs Pocket

I am twaeking my social media setup for past couple of days and can’t seem to rest upon it. I am going on between Hootsuite, native Twitter client and Tapbot. The main reason why I am making the switch in my social media setup is actually Instapaper. Instapaper proved to be financially inefficient to me, … Continued

6 Ways To Become and Remain Synchronized For Good

Do you have multiple computers? Not to mention the gadgets like tablets and phones? With that many devices we never imagined that it’s possible to have same experience across every single device that we have. But from productivity stand point of view, that is the natural cause of affairs. We want as least friction as possible. I want to start a writing a report for project at my iPad, while on my way to work, and when I get there, I want everything synchronized by itself, without me lifting a finger. For that matter, we use synchronization!

Save time with Instapaper for Android: InstaFetch

You know already that I am huge consumer of information scattered across the web. I was already mentioning couple of times famous website called, but to be honest with you, I don’t use the site directly lately at all. I skip my desktop and go to my cell phone to read up on InstaFetch. … Continued


Did you caught yourself reading too much unnecessary articles online. Running trough meaningless pages and pages of non productive content? This can really be huge productivity killer, especially if you spend countless hours idly surfing the web for unimportant information. Also this kind of behavior led me to numerous articles being lost and never found again, because I simply forgot where I’ve read them… I was looking for an adequate solution for quite a long time, now I’ve found it.