The Internet is a big place and surfers who visit numerous sites daily will likely find plenty of content they want to digest.
But maybe a user doesn't have the time to read everything in a single sitting, and if that's the case what are the choices?
a) Bookmark the page and come back later to read it
b) Leave the Web page open on your computer and read it later
c) Try and remember all the pages you need to come back and visit later
All three of these options are unwieldy in their own way - so wouldn't it be nice if there was a way to build a temporary list of Web pages that you could access at any point during the day?
This - and more - is possible thanks to a nifty little service called Read It Later.
Simply install a small browser extension for Firefox and Flock and you're good to go. Whenever you visit a web page that you want to save for later, just click on a tick icon in your browser address bar and the site is added to your Read It Later list. Add as many sites as you want and view the full list anytime by clicking on the Read It Later icon on your browser.
Check out the video above for a full walk-through.