A library of George Orwell's works
has been published online, two months after I bought 1984 to read (it's still sitting in the cardboard box in my room, waiting for me to get around to it). But it means that I can read Animal Farm
online, and then I'll buy it if I want to reread it (this is also what I'll be doing with Cory Doctorow's Down And Out In The Magic Kingdom
). And there's a fair chance that I will, because I always reread books multiple times unless I really didn't like them. It's a natural consequence of being a fast reader - you start running out of books and so you either end up very poor, since you have to keep buying more of the things, or you reread the ones you've got. I usually get the most out of a book the second or third time I read it, anyway, so the system works for me.
At the moment I'm writing an About page, for me and for bent back tulips. Warning: it will be loong. And I don't know if I have time to finish it this weekend because I have to complete my Physics coursework by Monday morning.
Better go and do it then...