We published a lot of material in our first five days, some of which was rather long. To help you catch up with those great pieces, we’ve created a page for Quartz longreads.
On Twitter, avid readers share lengthy works of non-fiction with the hashtag #longreads, and many of those picks find their way to longreads.com, a site founded by Mark Armstrong in 2009. He now works for Pocket, one of a few great services for saving material from the web to read later. A similar service, Instapaper, is built right into Quartz: just tap the “I” icon in the sharing tools alongside any story on qz.com.
As an experiment, we’ve also taken our initial set of #longreads and compiled them with Readability, yet another option for long-form aficionados. Click here to view that “readlist,” which you can also send to Kindle, iBooks, and other ebook software. (Yes, in a sense, this is the first Quartz ebook. Click over to Readlists to download it.)