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- Daily Lit'Guarda questo sito è figo, scegli un libro e imposti la frequenza e ti mandano delle mail con dei pezzetti da leggere. Quasi tutti in inglese ovviamente, ma l'idea è carina!' [thanks to Harmonique :-D, ndk] // Gentle Harmonique told me of, - at 99% for free this website sends You on request 'small messages that less than 5 minutes to read. [..] So here is a typical example. I am currently reading Dracula, which has 187 installments and I am receiving installments on weekdays, i.e. 5 days/week. So at most it will take me 187/5 = 37 weeks. But when I am on the train or waiting, I often read more than one installment, so I usually wind up reading about 10 installments/week. This means I will finish Dracula in about 19 weeks or 5 months. If that seems long to you, try something shorter!'. - Cool. Reading a real book is even cooler, - but all of us arealdy know that.
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