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Tag: Books

Car Bookshelf Has Books for Passengers Instead of People

Car Bookshelf Has Books for Passengers Instead of People
I used to be a sucker for novels. Now I’m a sucker for graphic novels and comic books. Maybe it’s because I did so much reading back in college that I don’t find reading long blocks of just text fun anymore, but there’s just something about seeing the images right then and there on the page rather than just having to imagine it all in your mind.

Astronomical: The Solar System in Easy-to-Read Book Form

Astronomical: The Solar System in Easy-to-Read Book Form
Here’s an encyclopedia that even a baby can finish in just one sitting. Just skip to the pages where the dots are, because the rest of it is black. The set isn’t meant for reading though – Astronomical is a scale model of our beloved solar system in the form of twelve 500-page books.

weLoaded T-Shirt: Wearable Weapons Cache

weLoaded T-Shirt: Wearable Weapons Cache
Weapons don’t make a hero – or a villain – but they sure do help. The weLoaded T-shirt by Chop Shop pays homage to 79 famous combative devices from various book, TV, movie and video game franchises.

Lightsaber Bookends Will Reveal Your Inner Geek to Everyone

Lightsaber Bookends Will Reveal Your Inner Geek to Everyone
It’s taken over half a year since you could find ’em, but these illuminated Lightsaber Bookends are available for pre-order again. You might have noticed – if you have keen eyes – that this lightsaber is none other than Darth Vader’s.

Speed Reader: Camera Scans 200-Page Book in One Minute

Speed Reader: Camera Scans 200-Page Book in One Minute
As Wired‘s Charlie Sorrel said, books contain much of human knowledge, but they are quite hard to preserve or archive compared to other media. A setup invented by professor Masatoshi Ishikawa and his team at the University of Tokyo could change all of that.

Classic Literature Comes to the Ds

Classic Literature Comes to the Ds
There are a lot of wonderful classic novels available in the public domain, and they’re just sitting there, available for you to download and read at your leisure. Using homebrew software, you can even put those novels on your Nintendo DS.