We needn't reinvent books – but they can be smarter
Calls to jazz up the humble book may sound naive, but we can create a better reader experience
I've never been much of a reader. That might sound a bit odd since I've spent approximately 11 years of my life studying English literature at multiple universities. But who knows if I'd been more assiduous about ploughing through worthy nineteenth-century works, I might have done it in six.
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