When I find something online that I don’t have time to engage with right away, but that I want to explore later, I tend to use Pocket these days. It’s perhaps worth saying the way I encounter things in the first place has changed quite radically over the last few years. Rather than put myself into the tidal wave of instant news I prefer to sample from a stream of a few hundred sources in Feedly (since the death of Google Reader). I use Reeder as my app of choice to access and manage all this stuff, which really does feel manageable compared to the firehose that is Twitter (which I do dip into, too, by the way @guycookson).
Anyway, my point is I didn’t have time to listen to everything that I want to, when I want to. But tonight I finally listened to Heather Browne’s Fuel/Friends Favorites of 2013 and it’s awesome. Check it out here.