Instapaper is a web content clipper service. Its web service is free. There’s also a free iPhone app as well as a $4.99 “pro” version. Instapaper’s developer, Marco Arment, has an interesting blog item discussing why he is rushing to get an iPad version out the door and ready to go on April 3.
One of Marco’s more interesting comments (to me) was these two sentences that are part of a discussion of the iPad’s pixel doubling mode to display iPhone apps on a full screen:
It sucked, and it was completely unusable by my standards. I donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t think IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ll want to run any pixel-doubled apps on my iPad in practice.
On the way to this comment, Macro provides a lot of interesting screenshots from the iPad simulator.