Magazine stories in 100 words or less. Or else.

30 October 2007

If there can be a book titled How to talk about books you haven’t read, surely somebody should do the donkey’s job of wading through thick, fat, heavy magazines, and telling you what you need to read in a television soundbite-sized capsule?

Wait no further.

In a seriously time and attention challenged world, bent double under the weight of thicker and heavier magazines, Jeremy Brosowsky has created just that with brijit.com, a website that creates 100-word abstracts of articles from dozens of magazines and rates them.

Link via Jim Romenesko

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