The Internet is filled with interesting, crazy and new information (and sometimes so much we cannot handle it all). Driven by curiosity and personal development, you can spend a lot of time at work reading trivial articles. If you want to fix this, Instapaper is worth looking at. With one click, you can save it to be read later. It also suggests topics and articles through what you have saved already.
This app has been all the rage in the last year. It’s known as the app to brain dump the articles you want to read later and have them read out loud by a computer if you are extra busy. It’s very simple. When you find an article worth reading. You hit the button and it saves it for offline use. When you are free, you can return to an article on your list on your phone or computer. It is available as a browser extension, an app for Mac, for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, WebOS and more.
"How often do you go back and look at it?," "Can you find the same content on the internet?," "Have you already saved it on your computer?," "How much of a problem would it be if you didn't have this?,"
Don't you want to pull your hair out when you forget a password? And don't you want to kick yourself when you use up all your attempts and have to wait twenty minutes? The worst part is that you cannot have a universal password because that’s how all your accounts get hacked. So how do you save all that wasted time? You have a secure app and extension that stores all your passwords and remembers which one it is for which site. I have tried a lot of apps and extensions like this and all of them had their problems. Some of them required you to have a really long master password that you would always forget. Others would require really clunky photo and thumbprint verification on your phone to get in. This one is moving in the right direction though so try it out.