Update 2/16/2015: This is an old post and I haven’t used Evernote in quite some time, mostly because Pinboard does everything I was using Evernote for. There are probably much easier ways to move things from Instapaper to Evernote by now.
I mentioned earlier how I use Instapaper for a lot more than just reading things later. Because it’s so much faster to mark pages to deal with later (and I don’t get delicio.us), I also throw things into Instapaper that I eventually want to save for future reference in Evernote. These links end up in a “To Evernote” folder in Instapaper that I batch export into Evernote from time to time. While I found several other solutions to similar problems out there on the web, they were either too convoluted or didn’t quite fit with my workflow.
I could have used the full Instapaper’s full API to automatically grab and archive the links one at a time, but I didn’t want to bother with all the OAuth stuff (at least not yet!).
On a final note, I recently came across the Unlicense, which I think I’ll be using for all future projects of this nature.