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How You Can Make the Most of Summary Services Like Blinkist

While they won’t make you smarter, you can still use them to your advantage.

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Because I read a book a week, people often ask me why I don’t use Blinkist instead.

Blinkist is a book summary service, similar to Shortform and getabstract. You find the key ideas of non-fiction books.

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