'Reading List' Screenshots from Mac OS X Lion

Apple's new in-browser Reading List that was hidden in previous builds of Lion is now up and running. Reading List appears as a special shelf in the browser that is called upon with the special icon:



Sites can be added to your Reading List for later reading:



And recalled by clicking on them.



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47 months ago
9to5mac is reporting that it syncs with the iPhone. (http://www.9to5mac.com/66966/watch-out-instapaper-mac-os-x-lions-safari-reading-list-to-sync-with-ios-devices/)
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47 months ago
So basically it's just a bookmark system?
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47 months ago

No, it is not, this is a "read later" system, not a bookmark one.


And the difference is....?
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47 months ago

And the difference is....?



Every once in a while, especially when I'm doing research, I find a page on the internet that has relative information that I want/need to read. Since I'm only interested in that one page/article, I don't want to permanently bookmark it. I prefer to only bookmarks websites that I'm interested in returning on a continual basis.

What I want is a temporary link that I can come back to later. If I want to save pages to read later, I have to bookmark them and that sometimes makes my browser clutter up with a bunch of random bookmarks that I only need temporarily. This new "read later" system of saving links is just what I need instead of my current method, where I save links to a research folder, then delete the folder when I'm done.
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