What do you think of turning longer works into short “chunks,” the 15-minute segments Lee talks about Rooster providing? Is there any chance that reading this way is “damaging” to the deeper reading experience we like to associate with books? Is this trend inevitable? In fact, should authors plan for it and think in Dan-Brown-short chapters from the get-go these days?
By Porter Anderson | @Porter_Anderson
Issues on the Ether: Short Reads: The Rooster Crows, Very Briefly
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