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Generally speaking, online articles don't offer the best reading experience. Readability gets rid of the online article clutter ...
and presents you with just the article you want to read, presented in a clean, reader-friendly format. Michael "Doctor File Finder" Callahan demonstrates.
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Hi this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your butterscotch.com tutorial on how you are going to enjoy reading on the web more with Readability. Readability is just a simple tool that picks out a lot of the clutter that you find when you are on the internet. So here on the Readability’s site we have a link that is shown out so you can pick the style of the thing you are going to be reading; newspaper, novel, e-books, you can pick the size of the type; extra large, extra small. I am going to go with medium and then you could pick the margin; extra wide or extra narrow, I am going to go with narrow. Then you click on this Readability icon right here direct it to your bookmark toolbar and you are ready to go.
So we will go to New York Times, now it is not meant to do an entire home page so we will click on an article here is one about car sales in the New York Times, now I am on this article page, I click on my Readability link and here I have my article with all of the extraneous materials removed and yet the images meant to go with the article remains, very slick and it makes it much easier to read online. See down here at the bottom is Readability; you can follow them on twitter. So this is how you can enjoy your reading and the internet more by using Readability and that is all there is to it.