If your company blocks your favorite blog and you absolutely can't wait to read the latest post (and you don't have a smartphone capable of browsing), then a new site has a free solution for you.
Send WebToMail an e-mail (at email@example.com) with a URL as the subject, and a few minutes later you'll receive an HTML e-mail of that page.
It's both a sneaky and novel approach to getting around workplace site blocking - and WebToMail is entirely up-front about its goal.
A whois lookup indicates that the co.cc domain is registered to someone in South Korea. If you're curious about trying the service but understandably leery about sending a site your e-mail address, try signing up for a throwaway Gmail or Yahoo account.
As Killerstartups.com points out, if you want to view a link on the site you requested, you have to send another request and wait another few minutes, so this isn't a good option for any real surfing. I'd say it would be best for keeping up with new entries on a blog or forum.
Now, if you're the party-pooper responsible for creating and maintaining those site blocks and you want to close this particular loophole, simply block incoming e-mail from webtomail.co.cc at your mail server.