Catch Up on Classic Books the Easy Way

You know you've always wanted to read the collected works of Dickens. Maybe you really want to catch up on your Cervantes. Perhaps you've always meant to read The Art of War but never got around to it. With DailyLit, you can do it easily.

DailyLit is a service that lets you pick out public domain works that you want to read in 5-minute increments. Once you sign up, you can either have the snippets delivered via e-mail or through an RSS feed. I've been using it to read the aforementioned The Art of War as well as Machiavelli's The Prince and Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities. If you're too lazy to go to the library and want an easy way to read a little at a time, I highly recommend this service.

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3 Responses to Catch Up on Classic Books the Easy Way

  1. Hey this is awesome! I think i’ll try it out, I just need to decide on a book 🙂

  2. Kipluck says:

    The funny thing is I actually was doing something like this… for the Book of Mormon. And I didn’t even keep up THAT way. I SUCKETH.

  3. That is cool! Now that I have internet on my phone/PDA, I can read a new book virtually anywhere.

    Kipluck,

    There’s never a better time to recommit ourselves than right now. Good luck!

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