Archive
  • 2010: The Booktwo/STML Yearnotes
  • The City and the Sea
    Art, design and inspiration.
  • The beauty of engineers: Google Books.app
  • Selfish vs Social: Open Bookmarks and Casual Strategies
  • Samuel Pepys and the POD Diary
    Phil Gyford, who amongst many other things curates the excellent and veritable http://www.pepysdiary.com/, is rightfully annoyed at HarperCollins for pulling a bait-and-switch with their print-on-demand reissues: The new volume, again on the right, is much whiter. It’s only when you compare standard books with really white paper that you realise they’re usually a bit yellow, slightly textured. You might think that having whiter, smoother paper is an improvement. It’s cleaner, brighter, more contrasty, but… it feels cheap. The paper is smooth and crisp, like the kind of paper you buy in reams to feed through your temperamental inkjet printer. ...
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