Spritz is a new app that rapidly displays all the words of a book in a single space. Instead of reading through space (like turning the page of a book or scrolling), this new reading behaviour moves in time only. This app seeks to answer one of the questions that has been at the heart of this course. What do we do with a million books? It says we just need to read faster. From 250 to 1000 words per minute, it states that comprehension is retained and improved upon regular reading habits. Should we critique this for re-establishing the linear authority of the text? For considering that efficiency and speed are appropriate values for reading? If we can read faster, does that not just mean we will consume more, feeding an ever-increasing need for consumption? Would this actually help me with writing my comps, and if so, when does it come out?