Do people use it when they stumble across something they want to read but don't have enough time to read it now? I usually just fast-read/skim to completion anything if I'm in a hurray, and don't tune into HN or RSS if I don't have time. But I feel like I might be missing something, would someone care to share their experience/use of Instapaper?
I guess if you regularly have large chunks of time throughout a day, you would not need Instapaper. But if you are regularly running around all day with little to no downtime, it is nice to be able to sit down to one place and read through the days material.
Beyond that I'd sooner just click Readability and leave the tab open until I get to it.
Do people use it when they stumble across something they want to read but
don't have enough time to read it now?
To be honest though, it's basically just an excuse to use the e-reader.
Note that usually I only have a handful of articles to read, so I am probably not the right user for such improved system.
The thing I like best about vimperator is that it is a standard Firefox plugin. My understanding of Conkerer is that it is a standalone app.
It doesn't warrant me using another service, just simply creating a new bookmark folder to access from my work, home and laptop pcs