Make ebooks like this
@WelI Obviously, my kindle has this option. I gave it a serious try, but really ended up missing "traditional" reading. Something about reaching the end of a page (and turning it, even an eBook) maybe?
@CunningLinguist, I feel like the biggest problem is it'd ruin the pacing of the story
@A Flying Panda, it would at least keep me from skipping ahead accidentally
@A Flying Panda, This would be great for studying and text books though, those sort of things.
@CunningLinguist, wait what?! How I have a kindle I didn't know this was an option
@WelI Obviously, that would be so stressful
@A Flying Panda, what about readings for a class (like not a technical one, one that you need to read articles and essays for)
@WelI Obviously, already a thing. I read all my college books like this. Speed reading programs can be installed on your computer.
Still too slow, noobs. I read 600-700 wpm recreationally, and as fast as 1200 wpm when I push.
@Filker, are you Chris from parks and rec?
@Filker, Are you the student athlete of reading?
@Filker, No. My entire 6th grade class used a device called a "controlled reader" and got up to 600 wpm. About 10 of us pushed it to 1200 wpm - the maximum speed of the machine.
At a relaxed pace, I finished "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" in around 8-9 hours.
@Filker, wow... I'm actually kind of jealous.
@Filker, now try reading in french, English seems too easy for You
I read pretty fast normally. I read the seventh Harry Potter book in two hours.
@I Are Lebo, I need this power. I usually take days to read half a book
@MuddaPukker, it's a little overrated. I haven't read any books in years. I also could never be a comic fan because I'd buy a $5 booklet and be done with it in less than ten minutes. Not cost effective, considering a good video game costs me ~$80 and can give me over a thousand hours of entertainment.
This came from quirkology on YouTube, you should check it out
If you want to see more of this, look up Spritz
Am I the only one that still couldn't keep up....
@North, No, I couldn't either.
@North, you read faster if you don't actually say the words in your head as you see them
Half the memes I see on here I see on I funny like a day before
Yeah I couldn't read that too easy
What sorcery is this?
I held my breath I think k I would die reading a whole book like that
Quickread. I like the app
And yet I was still expecting dickbutt or send nudes
It's a website called spreeder, i think
My head hurts
This is good
That was pretty cool tbh
For some reason as it got faster I was reading it 'louder' and 'louder'
Too tired, skipped some words...
Nope too fast to read
But what if larger words are used?
And I just had a orgasm
I'm a fast reader. For scale: I can easily read the text on fallout 4 terminals as soon as it appears/is typed. But normally I read slower, like when I'm enjoying a good book. There is no need to rush there. Also I sometimes mess up when reading quickly and then I get very confused
I love Quirkology
Wouldn't reading faster like what is shown be more mentally taxing though?
I got the gist of it after my first watch.