Wednesday, January 13, 2010

resistance is futile

Freebie from Harvard Book Store, who had a little naming contest for their book printing machine. The winner: Paige M. Gutenborg. The bookmark is to commemorate this august event, and is available online, from link in their newsletter. The newsletter story talks about three new bookmarks available from them, two now, and one to be released in February.

The name was selected by the store's owners from a list of about 500 entries, and nods to both the Guttenberg Revolution, the name given to the age of the printed book, after Johannes Guttenberg, who succeeded in printing his Guttenberg Bible in the 1450s, and the modern icon of technology infiltrating life; Star Trek. Of course.

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