Even if you're an eco-thinker, you'll want to print every once in awhile. When there's a recipe you need to try or a page you want to share with a luddite family member, you'll need to get things offline and on to paper. But there's no need to feel guilt in your big green heart. There's a web service that lets you save ink and money in the process by letting you print all of what you like and none of what you don't.
Let's say you wanted to print out our instructions on How To Dry Out (and Hopefully Save) Wet Electronics.
It's a great and detailed tutorial to save your cell phone from certain death, but not necessarily one where you'd need to print out the accompanying images (or menu bars, or ads, or page headers...).
So what do you do? Head to PrintWhatYouLike.com.
There, you can enter the URL of the page you're trying to print, then get full online access to trim down the page elements. With one or two clicks, you can get rid of ads, re-size images, isolate a few paragraphs or change the font on the entire page.
When you're ready, just print from the browser. You'll get a perfectly customized page that doesn't waste paper or ink.
(Top Image: TheChicLife.com)
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