Readability has browser extensions for reading current page or sending current web page to Kindle, but I read a lot in Google Reader where many articles are on the same page. It seems that Readability staff considered this feature and did investigate on that. But until now I didn’t find a mechanism for Reader’s native send to feature to work with Readability. So I spent several hours writing this Greasemonkey script, so far very happy with it.
Click here to install. It supports both Chrome and Firefox. After it’s installed, open Google Reader and view any entry, you’ll find Readability’s button on the right of the actions bar below the entry content. Like this:
If you don’t already know Readability, you should try it. After clicking the button, the article is saved to your reading list in your Readability account, and Readability sends (after some processing to make it “readable”) it to [your name]@free.kindle.com. Then when you connect your Kindle to a WIFI spot, the articles are automatically downloaded.
A minor issue of readability is that it doesn’t extract the redirected URL so all the articles from blogs using feedburner’s service will seem to be from feedproxy.google.com and in readability’s account you’ll see feedburner’s favicon displaying before most items.