This millionaire read 220+ books so you don't have to

Derek Sivers is a man known for founding CDbaby.com, an online music store that he later sold for $22 million.

He now spends his time working on a range of different projects.  One of those is taking notes from the many books he reads and sharing them online for free.  

To date, Derek has provided notes from more than 220 books. He also provides both a paragraph reviewing each book and rates it on a scale of 1 to 10.  I personally find myself using this resource as a way to review books before buying them, or to read the highlights without spending the money in the first place.

You can find Derek's book notes here.  If you see a book you are interested in, click on the title to see the notes he jotted down from the contents of that particular book.

Do you take notes when reading books and if so, do you share those notes with others?