Easy on the eyes

Posted by Michael on January 18, 2010 in Sights and Sounds |

If you’re at all like me, and I bet you are since you’re reading this… You’ll appreciate this neat little laboratory experiment from the folks over at Arc90 called Readability.


Readability strives to make that news article, technical paper, or blog posting that is splattered with advertisements throughout, and rendered in weird colors, fonts, or other forms of formatting, follow your preselected easily readable style.

Simply select your preferred settings, and then drag the “Readability” bookmarklet to your browser’s toolbar.  Then when you come across an article worth reading online, but it’s cluttered with junk or ugly and your eyes are crying for stronger glasses or eye drops – click the Readability button in your toolbar and behold the magic.

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