Tag: Books

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| February 23, 2010


Jason Epstein writes, Digitization makes possible a world in which anyone can claim to be a publisher and anyone can...

| February 9, 2010


Toby Lichtig confesses — no, boasts: I am, of course, talking about defacing books – a much maligned practice of...

| January 6, 2010

suspiciously wiki

Wonderful post by Tim Carmody over at Snarkmarket about what I think of as a useful new word — or a new use of an...

| January 4, 2010

culling the tomes

Good advice here, largely from writers, about how to figure out which books in your personal library to get rid of....

| December 29, 2009

minute bodies

“Digitized images of rare and beautiful historic books in the biomedical sciences,” here.

| December 16, 2009


Bookfuturism is “mapping the future of the book.” Looks very cool — please check it out.

| November 30, 2009

you do this, you do that

Rachel Cooke writes, “Amazon does not set the synapses crackling the way the sight of a pristine shelf of books does:...

| November 25, 2009

the powers of paper

Don’t know how bookish this is, but it’s a testament to the magnificent adaptability of paper. Here, with a...