If you loved Readability, the previously reviewed bookmarklet that cuts the extras out of sites for easy reading, but wanted an even more minimalist experience, you’ll definitely want to try out Readability2.
Readability2 is based on Readability, but goes even further in the stream lining process, removing absolutely everything—logos, print buttons, etc.—and leaving only the actual images from the article you’re reading, plus the text, of course. One of the nifty features is that Readability2 keeps all the markup code in the body of the article, which makes for easy cutting and pasting.
Check out Readability2 by visiting the link below and dragging the Readability2 button at the top of the page to your toolbar. Activate it on any webpage you want to strip away the extras and focus exclusively on the article you’re reading. Readability2 is a bookmarklet and should work on any modern browser.