The world of speed reading has changed over the past few years.
Some of the biggest speed reading blogs, like The Lad, have grown into some of the most popular ones, while others, like Fast Reader, have been eclipsed by sites like BuzzFeed, which is more focused on speed reading and has become a bigger deal.
The Lad’s founder and publisher, James Hochman, has become something of a speed reading celebrity thanks to his success with the BuzzFeed series The Fastest Man Alive, which has been a major part of Hochmahrer’s life for decades.
So why do we love reading at all?
Well, there are a few big reasons, like the fact that it allows us to have a greater range of topics that are covered, and it gives us more freedom to choose what we read.
The other reason is that reading at a slower pace means we can learn from other people.
We can ask questions, or learn more about how their writing process works.
And we can get feedback from people who love reading.
Hochmans goal is to create a community of readers and writers who want to read at their speed.
But the whole thing is a bit of a mess.
There are a lot of slow reading sites, which don’t have the same quality of content that Hochmen has built.
There’s the Tumblr blog Slow Reading, which posts daily posts about slow reading, and The Daily Speed Reading, where Hoch says he “takes the fastest stuff and pushes it.”
On the other hand, there’s the Fast Reader site, which focuses on reading speed.
The Daily Fast Reader posts about what readers are doing right now, and posts in-depth posts on things that slow readers can learn a lot from.
In an interview with The Daily Dot, Hoch said he doesn’t want to stop reading, but he wants to give people a greater variety of options.
He says that in a world where people are so obsessed with speed, he wants people to have more choice when it comes to what to read.
“There are so many speed readers out there, but if you’re trying to read the slow stuff and the fast stuff, you’re going to end up bored and frustrated,” Hoch told the Dot.
“The fastest stuff is always the best stuff.”
But what if you want to slow down and read a lot faster?
Hoch explains that the difference between reading at home and at a speed reader is that the faster you read, the more you learn.
“When you slow down, the brain is still processing information.
So if you read at home, you can read slowly, and you can slow down to be more engaged in the experience,” he says.
He also says that there’s a difference between a slow reader and a fast reader, which makes it important to make sure you’re reading the right content.
“If you want a slow book, you have to read it at home,” he said.
“You can’t do a slow reading at the speed reader site.
The Fast Reader is like that for us, because we want to give you a variety of speed readers to choose from.”
That’s one reason Hoch isn’t afraid to change the pace of his content, even if it’s only slightly.
“I’ll read the Fast reader, and I’ll go, ‘Wow, this is great,'” he said, “and then I’ll switch it back to reading the slow reader, but I’ll put the Fast on it.
That’s how I learn the most.”
He says he doesn and will continue to write about slow readers, and that he’s excited about the idea of finding the fastest reader he can.
“It’s a way to learn and to be inspired by the experience of reading faster,” he told the Daily Dot.