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I’ve been using this already for weeks. Crazy to see it on PH now!
- 3 reviews•FreeA neat new way to organize your book collection, create reading lists with your favorite books and share them with friends, family and the rest of the world.
- A community on Slack where book lovers around the world are coming together to discuss what they’re reading.Each book has its own Slack channel, so it’s easy to find other readers, share thoughts and questions, or just sit back and follow the conversation.
Books At Work sends 20 minute non-fiction book summaries to all the employees in your company via email each week. Your employees who don't get time to read books can make use of these summaries to develop themselves. Hopefully, a company that uses BooksAtWork.co will become smarter each day.
- On Lybrum you can create public and private book clubs on any available book, where you can share anything you'd like about them. It could be used by anybody that wants to share the experience of reading a book *together*: with your friends, colleagues and family.