You read an article online and by the and you have an idea of what it was trying to say. But of you look at it again, all the main points and maybe also the logical sequences are buried inside a lot of text that at this time – after you understand it – is just in the way of seeing all the main points and their connections.
A browser extension that allows you to select and highlight multiple sections in the article (text and graphics), and then rearrange them on a layer “above” the article in a way that visually demonstrates the connections and logical build up of the main idea or ideas expressed in the article. You can then save this as a new web page to any cloud solution you use (like Evernote, Dropbox, Google Drive, etc.), share it, print it, etc.
You cannot click on a word in a real book to get more information like you can in an ebook reader.
By wearing an augmented reality device (like Google Glass) that can also visually track what you’re doing (like hand gestures), you can simulate the act of clicking on anything in a book and see more information about it projected on the page you are reading.