If you’re filthy rich and happen to have a huge expansive library in your very own home, then you might have some use for this reading net. Otherwise, all you can do is stare at it longingly like the rest of us.
This simple concept design for a bookmark is absolutely brilliant – both figuratively and literally.
Designer Valentina Trimani’s Lightleafs light-up bookmark would use a bright OLED light source, and not only would mark your pages, but provide sufficient illumination to read in bed with the lights off.
Zombie Haiku could possibly be the best book title of the year (although I think Pride and Prejudice and Zombies comes in a close second).
Author Ryan Mecum’s humorous book features the 5-7-5 poetic stylings of the undead masses, including such literary gems as:
With a strong sucking,
they pop right into my mouth.
I’ve been seeing early pictures and rumors of this new electronic book reader floating around for a couple of months now, and now the final specs, launch date and price have finally been announced.
Bookeen’s Cybook 3 reader will hit shelves this September, with prices starting at $350 USD.
Panasonic Japan’s recent entry into the e-book market is looking pretty nice. Unlike E-Ink based displays, the WordsGear can display full color images.
The WordsGear offers an amazingly sharp 5.6-inch TFT display with a 1024×600 pixel resolution (that’s about 211 pixels per inch.)
Sony has officially announced that their long-awaited e-book reader will be hitting the streets this October for about $350 USD.
The Sony Reader features an innovative high contrast E-ink display, capable of allowing up to 7,500 pages to be displayed without a battery recharge.