I'm printing out websites on purpose.
This may sound like an April Fool's joke, but I'm serious.
But I don't print them on paper, I print them as PDF files for the following reasons:
I'm using Logseq as a "second brain".
Logseq comes with a ton of useful features and one of them are PDF annotations.
Here's the official video demoing the feature:
Logseq to me by far is the most comfortable way to annotate websites across multiple computers and integrate them with my existing knowledge graph - if you print them to PDF and import them to Logseq.
Another win of this method: I won't loose the information if the website with the post goes dark at some point in time...
Open an arbitrary blog post or article you want to annotate:
Next, I'm activating Firefox Reader mode:
Then, I'm calling the Print dialog and disable printing headers and footers:
And finally, I can just drag and drop the PDF file into my Logseq page created for this post and start highlighting and annotating.
How do you annotate and highlight websites?