Allowing the time-poor to read more.
Stimulating writing from little-known publishers.
Summarised into daily 2-minute emails.
Built for the time-poor
We understand that being time-poor means you cannot prioritise reading. The Chatty Mammoth curates, summarises and distributes the most stimulating online writing into daily 2 minute reads, so that you can read more in less time.
What you get
3 captivating articles per day
Picked from little-known sources
Each summarised in under 90 words
Some people who sing our praises
Time is money
Whilst we all appreciate the virtues of reading, we are equally as familiar with reading’s omnipresent ‘time-vampires’: the hours wasted either trying to find an interesting read or churning through the irrelevant fluff that is used to bulk out an essay.
As a result, we created our ‘money-saving gimmick’ to calculate how much time – and thus money – you could be saving by reading our summarised content.
The Value To You
What benefits do you get from being a member of The Chatty Mammoth?
You Save time
On average, you'll receive 6000 words of content condensed into a 2 minute read. We read the whole article, so that you only need to read the interesting bits.
You Can Reduce Small-Talk
You will always be armed with 'conversation worthy content' - topics that you'll want to bring up during office coffee breaks.
You're Supporting Independent Journalism
You will be engaging with articles from non-mainstream sources, helping to bring traffic - and thus advertising revenue - to the outlets most people haven't heard of.
Your Curiosity is Piqued
You'll be embraced by an eclectic range of knowledge. The Chatty Mammoth is the opposite of current-affairs; we provide information from outlets you wouldn't usually read, on topics that you haven't previously encountered.
The same price as a loaf of bread
...and only $1 for the first 99 summaries
Or, cancel at any point with just 2 clicks.
- 33 day trial for just $1
- New content every day
- Cancel at any point in time
- No cancellation fees - ever
- Gain access to whole archive
- The same price as a loaf of bread