Oliver's article describes the common problem of 100's of chrome tabs and the struggle to follow up on the great content that could not only enrich your own knowledge but others too.
This article describes a solution to saving key articles and insightful passages however as Oliver mentions considering the ease of sharing that stuff with others is an even bigger problem....
Or is it? I am doing exactly that with this article. Having read the Guardian article I have quickly applied my own opinion (solution to the problem) and by referring you to Oliver's article we have a two part solution to the discovery of expert material, applying an authentic opinion and sharing with other time-poor individuals to benefit from.
Oliver - I am not going to be that guy and would recommend reviewing Passle as a method to quickly share your expert-led opinion on material read online.
What’s frustrating is that the experience of digital reading seems to offer so much potential: for quickly discovering material you’d never previously have been able to access; for easily highlighting or extracting the best bits; then for effortlessly creating a vast personal research database to draw upon in future. It ought to be simple, in short, to create a weapons-grade version of the Renaissance phenomenon of the commonplace book – a storehouse of the wisdom of others that has mattered the most to you, as an individual thinker. TEST CONTENT