I read a great deal of online content, RSS has been a great resource and time saver, however there are times that I either find an article is just too long to read in the amount of time I have or I find the article quite valuable and want to return to it several times in the future as a reference. In the past I have either sent the links to my gmail account (typically for articles I will want to reference in the future or if there are several articles) or I will drag the link to the dock (typically for a small number of longer articles) to return to when I have more time. The problem is that the dock is getting too big and cluttered and the articles I want to save are getting too mixed in with my email and constantly going through my inbox to reply to my last list of articles is overly burdensome and frankly looks kind of junky. I am hoping that someone who reads and saves a lot of online content might have run into a similar set of concerns along the way and come up with a good solution? I would really appreciate some constructive ideas on how one might go about accomplishing this. As an added bonus, if you have come up with a good way to categorize the types of articles in your list, e.g. apple stories, tech articles, music, etc. that would be great as well.