Tom Gilson

“Readability” – Web Reading Made Much Easier

My upcoming new blog design is intended, among other things, to be more readable on screen than the current version. But my son has just clued me in to another tool that I’ll be using a lot for extended online reading: Readability. It’s “a simple tool that makes reading on the Web more enjoyable by removing the clutter around what you’re reading.” Check it out!

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2 thoughts on ““Readability” – Web Reading Made Much Easier

  1. I have some fairly severe problems with photophobia (glare) which make black on white reading difficult. I’ve overcome this by inverting the colors (white on black), but the graphics are still an issue especially when inverted.
    This readability program is a godsend for me. I much prefer it to turning graphics off. Thanks for the tip!

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