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As far as I know, Instapaper "reads" the website by stripping the content of all navigation elements, ads and images. The result is than saved on the the Instapaper servers for the user to read later. Read more here: Information for Publishers
Instapaper's "Browse" feature is provided by givemesomethingtoread.com and the RSS feed for what it presents in the app and site is available at http://givemesomethingtoread.com/rss/links I suspect the collection is not autogenerated from the RSS feeds provided by these publications, but its manually managed by adding articled where there is a link to the ...
Readability is a wonderful app that lets you save a page and present it now or later in a readable and printable format for mobile or desktop. You can also send articles directly to services like Kindle. Readability is available for desktop via browser plug ins and will soon be released on iOS.
You can use Safari's Reader Function, select it and scroll to the end until all pages are finished. Then send it to Instapaper mail via your extras For example, try it on this article: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2036683_2037183_2037185-1,00.html
I don't think there is answer to this other than Google and Instapaper are not working well together and there is no clear direct agreement with one another. I tried asking Marco Arment but I received no response. https://twitter.com/#!/phwd/status/162277395632623616 So I'm sorry to say you are out of luck. The best work around as @mankoff said is to hit ...
Calibre is an open source ebook management software. Using calibre's built in news schedule system you can schedule downloads for both instapaper and readitlater, I have personally used Calibre with readitlater and found it to work well, Only problem with readitlater support is no pictures (its based on the text view). Depending on what you browse this ...
Not really an answer if you want to send arbitrary pages to Instapaper, but "Read Later with Instapaper" type links that are already in web pages work fine in the Kindle browser. For instance the "Read" links on GiveMeSomethingToRead.com work in the Kindle browser.
Can you send an e-mail with a link from the Kindle Browser? I don't have a Kindle myself so I can't check, but I've used Instapaper's add by e-mail feature from other places. At http://www.instapaper.com/extras you can get your special e-mail address to send links or long e-mails to.
Edit: I'm sorry to say my solution below does not actually work well. First of all most url shorteners don't support adding parameters. Secondly the instapaper api is a little more complicated and required some fiddling. I was able to rig it up using my own domain and a custom written script, but it's not a cut and paste solution because the script has to be ...
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