Which means, you’ll be shocked to hear, my reading queue can get large and unmanageble.
Longer articles tend to stay in the queue unread for quite a while.
Often, as with my productivity system, I’ll declare read later bankruptcy, archive a bunch of the stale articles, and walk away a little disappointed in myself.
Kagi’s Universal Summariser to the rescue!
Now, when I scroll through my queue and see those intransient “40 minutes to read” articles, I put their URL into the Kagi summariser.
If the concise summary it provides piques my interest I’ll ask for the key moments summary.
Then…I’ll usually still archive it. But! I feel a little better about life. 😎