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Old 04-03-2007, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone have any links/pointers where we can sign up for SMS novels? If you google up "sms novel" or visit textually.org, you'll see they're becoming quite popular outside the North America basic; it looks like China, India and Finland are hot spots.

I'm interested it signing up for one of these -- apparently they're like 2 text messages a day you can read, so not overwhelming or time consuming. It sounds like such a neat idea...
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Anyone have any links/pointers where we can sign up for SMS novels? If you google up "sms novel" or visit textually.org, you'll see they're becoming quite popular outside the North America basic; it looks like China, India and Finland are hot spots.

I'm interested it signing up for one of these -- apparently they're like 2 text messages a day you can read, so not overwhelming or time consuming. It sounds like such a neat idea...
~SMS, but: http://dailylit.com/. Give 'em your #@carrier.blah if it really has to be SMS (for whatever reason).

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~SMS, but: DailyLit: Read books by email.. Give 'em your #@carrier.blah if it really has to be SMS (for whatever reason).
This is excellent! It's exactly what I was looking for -- I signed one novel up to my Yahoo account (which is pushed to the BB via BIS), and it's awesome. The text is flowed perfectly on my screen, it's small enough to be able to read the whole installment easily (about the size of a really long email), and I can manage it completely from my phone.

I read one download this morning on the busride, realized I had time for another so just clicked the link and had it sent right away. This site is *fantastic*, I really appreciate it!

Major kudos, man.
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