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Explaining E-Readers to Charles Dickens

A few bookish surprises for this beautiful Saturday morning. Rebecca Greenfield’s The Atlantic piece, “Designing a 19th-Century Kindle: An E-Reader for Dickens,” is a must-see.  Clever. Check out Milan-based street artist Guildor’s floating word art.  Ahhh.  Love it. Are you sleepy?  Here’s a dream come true…a book you can sleep in.  Zzzz… Peruse favorite final […]

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