I have been playing around with the LaterLoop service recently. It is by the same guys who make the Mento service I wrote about the other day. LaterLoop is a very simple concept. You are browsing the web, you find an article that you want to read, but you do not have time right now. You add it to LaterLoop and you can read it later. Simple enough.
LaterLoop does also offer some nice offline viewing options for those who need to take things on the road. Otherwise, LaterLoop is as straight forward as you can get. You install an extension or use a bookmarklet to add articles to LaterLoop.
I was about to give up on LaterLoop, it is nice, but my reading list in my bookmarks and Google Reader were doing just fine. This was until I clicked on the text-only link in LaterLoop and got an idea.
I fired up my Kindle, browsed to LaterLoop using WhisperNet, and selected one of my saved articles using the text-only link. Sure enough, perfect fit for the Kindle. The majority of the UI was gone and I was left with just the meat of the article. This was a really nice way to set up reading material from the web for viewing on the Kindle.