For the past two weeks I’ve been setting up my home library. Not all the shelving is done at this point, but folks have been wanting more photos so here you go.
Don’t let this be you. Plan your presentation tech in advance.
I’ve read six and was aware of three of the other four.
- The Light at the End by John Skipp and Craig Spector
- Swan Song by Robert McCammon
- The Elementals by Michael McDowell
- Every House is Haunted by Ian Rogers
- The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum
- The Damnation Game by Clive Barker
- City Infernal by Edward Lee
- Geek Love by Katherine Dunn
- Enter Night by Michael Rowe
- Ghost Story by Peter Straub
In this movie, Amsterdam creative studio Moore has reversed the well-known idiom of judging a book by its cover – designing a sleeve that scans your face and won’t open unless approached without prejudice. (Published on Jan 30, 2015)
More @ thecoverthatjudgesyou.com.
- It is a piece of technology that lasts.
- It needs very little, if any, extra technology to be accessed.
- The book retains evidence.
- Books are true to form.
- Each copy of a book is potentially unique …
- Printed items are consumable goods …
- A book is an object fixed in time.
- A book can be an object of beauty and human craftsmanship.
- When you are reading a book in a public place, other people can see what you are reading.
- The Internet will never contain every book.
Read the full post @ The Design Observer Group.
Here is the presentation that Marcia Dority Baker, Gordon Wyant, and I delivered for the wonderful folks at NEFLIN yesterday morning. A special thanks to the attendees for the wonderful questions and comments.