Flipbook is one of my favourite iPad apps. It's a content-styler and aggregator for RSS feeds from my favourite sites like Reddit, Facebook, Twitter, Boingboing, and Buzzfeed. They would be considered daily reads. The tool translates very cluttered sites into a nice, flippable interface with the ability to zoom photos, share content and drill into the underlying web site.
The Treesaver HTML5 framework is a web styling tool that works with the iPad to format and present readable content similar to Flipbook. http://siliconangle.com/blog/2011/11/01/flipboard-hires-html-5-star-but-no-web-version-planned/
According to the founder of Treesaver, he chose HTML for his framework because "toasters will someday do HTML." I would buy an internet-enabled toaster if it was less than $120 and it had a Flipbook-like recipe app. Smell burnt toast? Stop reading the internets.
Here's four Flipbook-style interfaces for Windows.