“In a future where eBooks and printed media continue to co-exist we might miss some of the features eBook technology has made familiar.

enlight: Augmented Reading (by Sam Wander, Leroy Tellez & Lucy Knops at The School of Visual Arts, New York) is a smart desk light that enhances the reading experience for researchers, students and book lovers.”

It’s good to see someone pushing some of the smart light ideas we explored with DisplayCabinet a little further.

Composition No. 1 by Universal Everything is a re-imagining of a book originally published in the 1960s. The book is the first ever “book in a box”, by French writer Marc Saporta.
"Each page has a self-contained narrative, leaving it to the reader to decide the order they read the book, and how much or how little of the book they want to read before they begin again."

Composition No. 1 by Universal Everything is a re-imagining of a book originally published in the 1960s. The book is the first ever “book in a box”, by French writer Marc Saporta.

"Each page has a self-contained narrative, leaving it to the reader to decide the order they read the book, and how much or how little of the book they want to read before they begin again."

A Year of Links by Tom Armitage
"I thought it would be interesting to produce a kind of personal encylopedia: each volume cataloguing the links for a whole year. Given I first used Delicious in 2004, that makes for eight books to date."
Then…
"So there you have it. I made a book, or rather eight books, or rather a bottomless book-making machine. The code is available for you to do so as well. It was hugely satisfying to open the box from Lulu at work one morning, and see this stack of paper, that was something I had made."

A Year of Links by Tom Armitage

"I thought it would be interesting to produce a kind of personal encylopedia: each volume cataloguing the links for a whole year. Given I first used Delicious in 2004, that makes for eight books to date."

Then…

"So there you have it. I made a book, or rather eight books, or rather a bottomless book-making machine. The code is available for you to do so as well. It was hugely satisfying to open the box from Lulu at work one morning, and see this stack of paper, that was something I had made."

Where The F**k Was I?
202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.
The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.

Where The F**k Was I?

202 Maps. 35,801 Locations. June 2010 to April 2011.

The data in this book was retrieved from the consolidated.db file of James Bridle’s iPhone. This information was recorded anonymously without the user’s knowledge, and represents the device’s own record of its location.