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  • Boiling down books to bite-sized reads
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Boiling down books to bite-sized reads

At a time when busyness has become a status symbol, most people feel like they don't have time to trudge through long books. Yet publishers can't put a high price on a 40-page book. Spotting an opportunity, Blinkist boils non-fiction books down to the most salient points.

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