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今天的分享来自 Readwise 官方 blog。我们之前推荐过这一服务，它可以帮助整理你的阅读标注，加深你对这些阅读内容的印象。正因为有众多用户使用了众多服务，也让他们有了上帝视角来看大家标注比最高（一本书内被所有用户标注的内容/一本书的长度）的是哪些书。
Yuval Noah Harari 的 《人类简史》中有78%的内容被至少有一位用户标注，所以它成为了 Readwise 上标注比最高的书。而 Tim Ferries 是拥有标注比最高的作者，他有五本书入选了 Top 50，其中 Tools of Titans 有66%的内容被标注，标注比排名第五。
这个榜单大部分都是 nonfiction 类图书，所以对于挑选这类图书有不错的参考意义。
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Today's post comes from the official blog of Readwise, a service we've recommended before to help organize your reading tags and deepen your impressions of what you've read. Because so many users use the service, it gives them a god's eye view of which books have the highest ratio of annotations (content annotated by all users in a book / length of a book).
Yuval Noah Harari's Sapiens has 78% of its content tagged by at least one user, making it the most tagged book on Readwise. Tim Ferries is the author with the highest annotation ratio, with five books in the Top 50, including Tools of Titans, which has 66% of its content annotated and is ranked fifth in annotation ratio.
Most of the books on this list are non-fiction, so it's a good reference for selecting such books.
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First things first, every single one of Tim Ferriss's five bestselling books made it into the top fifty, comfortably securing his position as the most popular author on Readwise.
The next most popular authors were Ryan Holiday with three books and Cal Newport and Steven Pressfield with two.
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