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I'm going away for an extended period soon and I'm not really going to have access to my internet life support. What are some ways one can save webpages to read later?

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oh yeh .. Windows XP –  Scott Bennett-McLeish Jul 15 '09 at 14:57
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wget in recursive download mode.

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wget -r www.website.com –  Andrea Ambu Jul 16 '09 at 10:57
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If you want to save one page at a time to read offline on your iPhone or iPod touch, I've had good luck with Instapaper.

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You can use a FireFox plugin like scrapbook

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You can use it to capture and save a web page (or just a section of it)

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You can print pages into PDF format. Yes you'd have to do this for each page, so it's slow.

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At the time when I needed to do things like that, I used BlackWidow.

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See the cros-browser, no-install-required Read It Later:

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If you have an iPhone and subscribe to RSS feed, you could use byline, an offline RSS reader which works in combination with Google Reader.

Byline will cache the web pages linked to by your notes, starred items, and (optionally) new items. This allows you to save any news item you read and any website you visit for offline browsing.

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