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A Bookmark That Reminds You To Read Via Twitter

Posted at 7:10AM Thursday 31 Jul 2014

The use of social networks and mobile devices to read books have become more frequent since the development of technology. That's why Brazil's Penguin Companhia das Letras publishing house together with Mood/TBWA Brazil have created a campaign called "Tweet for a read" where they have unveiled a smart bookmark that should help readers keep in touch with book's storyline.

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