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Print What You Like

Julie Lindsay shared this site this morning on Twitter.  It’s a greener compromise for the many of us who work in labs with learners who love to print. It allows the print happy to remove ads and other content from websites and it allows us to save a little on ink and paper.

Now in Beta,  PrintWhatYouLike generates print-friendly pages, eliminating the need to copy content into a word processor.

The site explains the app’s features:

  • Edit any public page in your browser – no installation required!
  • Change page font size and type, remove the background, and remove images
  • Edit any part of the page by clicking a page element or selecting text
  • Any selection can be removed, isolated or widened
  • All changes are undoable
  • Combine multiple webpages together – edit and print them as one document!
  • Save your changes – if you have to print the same document again, just reapply your changes instead of starting over
  • Reuse other people’s changes – if someone else has already edited your page, just apply their changes

This is very convenient and very cool.

Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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