To busy to read great books? Well think again, DailyLit will send you little daily little chunks of "great literature" to feed your soul.
The idea is simple enough: select a “free”
book that appeals to you, then, every day or two, via either email or
RSS, the DailyLit robot sends you a section that’s readable in about
five minutes. If you want more at any time — the digital equivalent of
turning the page — just click to have the next installment sent, then
keep on a’reading.
The variety of available selections is handsome, including favorites like Tristram Shandy, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, The Devil’s Dictionary and over 400 more. Feeling ambitious? Try War and Peace (675 5-minute parts), The Count of Monte Cristo (581 parts), or Don Quixote (448 parts). Want something a little lighter? You can’t go wrong with Candide (42 parts) or A Modest Proposal (4 [still hilarious] parts).
Originally posted on largenegro.vox.com