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Do you like to read long-form content – articles that are usually more than 1,500 words, and can extend up to a few 1,000 words, from your favorite publications? If you do, then you are sure to like this simple tool called Longreads.
It links to such content every day and archives them in its database which is searchable. So, if you are looking for some gems from NY Times, then you just need to type “New York Times” on the Longreads search bar and hit search. Top notch content awaits you.
The content is aggregated through the “longreads” tag which many publishers have started using. If you are on Twitter, you can share such content with the hashtag #longreads if you want it included in the Longreads database.
- Online Long-form content aggregator.
- Find top quality stories, interviews and other such articles.
- Publications like The New Yorker and The Atlantic included.
- Similar tools: Sendmeastory, DailyLit, Paper.li and MaYoMo.
Check out Longreads @ www.longreads.com