I made this software to solve my "tabdemic" problem. I saw myself ending up with 50+ open tabs in my browser regularly - full of browser tabs I want to read later.
This extension helps me to close those tabs with confidence without sending them to the abyss of bookmarks.
This is how it works:
#1 Bookmark a tab using the extension, with an optional timeout and relevant tags.
#2 Close the tab with confidence. Every monday you'll receive an email digest of links you've been meaning to read.
To be honest, the other 50% that I open, never read and then close at the end of the day? Never really missed something truly important, and not reading did not negatively impact my life...
I try to accept that there are just 24 hours in a day, and every second more than 24 hour of interesting content is created, so there's no way to digest it all. Most days, it's working :-)
For things that I actually do intend to read later but just don't have time now, pasting the title/author/url into a zettelkasten entry helps me with tab anxiety. If I assign a few tags, I might actually read it later!
fwiw for Kindle users: I use p2k which bundles unarchived Pocketed articles and sends them to your Kindle on a (eg daily) basis.
My approach is to send these to Pocket, and read them before bedtime. It's a great way to end the day.