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Daily Lit

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  • 1. A service that brings books to you via email or RSS.
  • 2.
    • Great advantage: you don’t need to sign up (register) to use this service
  • 3.
    • Results for “free”.
    • Each book is divided up into parts
    • or fragments, which are small bite-sized (they are
    • designed to be read in approx. 5/10 minutes)
  • 4.
    • Here you schedule delivery: when, what time and how (email or RSS)
  • 5.
    • This is how it looks like in your inbox.
  • 6.
    • Or just copy the DailyLit RSS url into your RSS reader.
  • 7.
    • Every fragment email/RSS contains a link that lets you suspend delivery of that subscription.
    • You don’t need to be registered to suspend and/or resume subscriptions.
  • 8. You can sign up in order to:
    • To participate in the forums.
    • To add some piece of dailylit code to your blogroll.
  • 9. What kind of books?
    • Most of them are in English (I have already suggested adding non-English literature to their database)
    • Mainly classics from the Project Gutenberg

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