Ben Cunningham of Taxing Tennessee sends along word of a great service: DailyLit, which breaks down famous novels (all in the public domain) and sends them to reader in short, daily email snippets.
So, for example, the two volumes of Henry James' The Portrait of a Lady are broken down into 264 emails, each delivered like a steaming pile of overly ornate syntax directly into your inbox. Note to pranksters: the service sends out a validation email, so don't think you can torment your enemies by signing them up for Flatland or War and Peace, to name two of the dozens of titles available.
Go here for titles and more info. And then get ready for the inevitable cell phone version that is surely being worked on right now.