Your gems' README, right in your terminal, 'cuz life is too short to be wasted in a browser.
As simple as it can be:
gem install gem-readme
gem readme [GEMNAME] in your terminal. If you have multiple versions of this gem installed, you can choose the specific version.
less will be opened with the desired README file.
Ruby 1.9.x or newer
Copyright (c) 2013 Brian Thomas Storti
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