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  • The Velocity of Reading (powered by bkkeepr)
    The above is a graph of my reading for the last year from bkkeepr, as generated by the first application powered by the bkkeepr API: The Velocity of Reading. TVR calculates statistics and draws graphs based on your reading habits, counting pages read and hence your average reading speed. All you need is a bkkeepr username (and a few weeks reading under your belt). I’m incredibly pleased to see the API in use, and this is exactly the kind of application I had in mind. A big hand to Tristan Ferne for building it. With the recent ...
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    Booktwo.org is the blog of James Bridle, a book and technology specialist with specific expertise in planning and producing web and new media projects for clients in publishing and the arts. If you'd like to hire me, have a look at my CV and portfolio, and feel free to get in touch.

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