February 10, 2009
This happened a little while ago, but if you’re interested in the discussion of paper, books, durability, the Kindle, new kinds of media, etc. that we’ve been having here, you should read this write-up of PaperCamp, which was somehow related to BookCamp.
You gotta see Spot Nocturnal Animals: “In daylight, the cover is blank and inside the viewer can only see animals’ footprints. When lit after dark, the title and explanations of each animal will come into view as they are printed with glow-in-the-dark ink.
PaperCamp US, please. Maybe we should help organize it? (After we finish this book, of course.)
Update: Oops, just missed it. But… Albany?