The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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Notes in the margin
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Amazon displays the most-highlighted passages from Kindle readers. I love it! Although I wish there was a way to slice-and-dice by genre, or look at one book or author specifically.

Update: Whoahdang! Zach Seward points out that you can, in fact, do exactly this. Here’s Philip Pullman. Here’s, heh, Robin Sloan.

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Zach Seward says…

There is! Just click on the titles or authors.

Woah, this is the Kindle equivalent of running a Twitter search right after you’ve watched a TV show to see if other people had the same gasp/chuckle/OMG reaction to certain scenes.

The snarkmatrix awaits you

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