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Millennials september 20, 2016

Bookstore Uses Clickbait Titles To Get People To Read The Classics

A store in Dallas is trying to get people to read books by framing them as online articles

Food august 15, 2016

Photographer Brings To Life Famous Meals From Literature

The project involves elaborate planning and staging to capture precise recreations of fictional foods

Retail august 5, 2016

Moleskine Has Opened Its Own Branded Cafe

The hybrid eatery and gallery provides a physical place where people can sketch out their own ideas

Entertainment august 1, 2016

Scratch Off The Novels You’ve Read From This Beautiful Poster

Pop Chart Lab has devised a clever way to help you keep track of your reading list

Arts & Culture june 23, 2016

Celebrate Harry Potter’s Birthday Using This Pop Culture Calendar

The add-ons list over 75 fictional holidays for anyone to honor

Technology june 21, 2016

Let Google Quickly Summarize Articles For You

Opt for brief recaps of online articles you don't have time to read with the TL;DR Chrome extension

Technology june 10, 2016

Wi-Fi Hotspots Turned Into Impromptu Poetry Readings

An art project turns Wi-Fi network names into a broadcast of lines from classical poets

Home june 10, 2016

This Bookmark Is Also A Built-In Reading Light

The LED bookmark is designed for maximum functionality in a small, sleek package

[Inspiration] In pop culture, science-fiction stories look more realistic than ever before
Critical reading algorithms help computers to ‘comprehend’ documents (MIT Technology Review)
Technology march 24, 2016

How Facebook Is Training Its AI Using Children’s Stories

Story time can help social networks make advances in artificial intelligence

Work february 10, 2016

Could eBooks Be the Breath of Fresh Air the Tech-Resistant Novel Needs?

Google Creative Lab's Editions at Play ebooks expand reading into a new realm

Design & Architecture february 3, 2016

Bite-Sized Books for the Supermarket Checkout Line

Mini-reads delivered through WhatsApp take five minutes to consume

Luxury january 30, 2015

Readers Race To Finish James Patterson’s Self-Destructing Book

A New York creative team has equipped the author's latest page-turner with a dangerous finale


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