Find out how long it will take you to read any book by using our book word count search. Search for a book, tell us how fast you read, and start reading!
It calculated my reading speed at around 750 words per minute. By that estimate, I should be done with War and Peace in about 13 hours 😃
If we had ten hours in a day, instead of 24, and if each of these hours had 100 minutes instead of 60, and if every minute had 100 seconds, our clocks would look like this, and the time would be …
Matthias Ott is an independent user experience designer and developer from Stuttgart, Germany. Besides design practice he teaches Interface Prototyping at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Kiel.
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Time spent reading social timelines is time lost. Scrolling through a timeline is time consumed by the curated projections of other people’s lives, which are absorbed wholly and only at the cost of living your ...
Social Timelines: Life Lost on the Curated Projections of Other People’s Lives?.
Time spent reading social timelines is time lost. Scrolling through a timeline is time consumed by the curated projections of other people’s lives, which are absorbed wholly and only at the cost of living your own. Or, to put it another way: time spent on timelines amounts to time spent not living your life.
Plot modern addresses on Earth 240M years ago
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