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A service that curates Notes from the best non-fiction books and emails them to you every Monday morning.
You get the best tidbits from the best non-fiction books.
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No. Just the best anecdotes, key concepts, and other cool stuff buried inside books. They’re extracted, explained, and commented on in a KISS (keep it simple stupid) manner.
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