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Book Books!

The printed books have arrived and I am so happy. They are lovely and colourful, and the paper and weight feel so amazing, and it’s got a spine which for some reason I find utterly delightful. 35 more words

Resin Jewelry

William Caxton’s second edition of The Canterbury Tales Online

The John Rylands Library has the second largest collection of works printed by William Caxton, the man credited with bringing the first printing press to England in the fifteenth century. 84 more words

Digitisation

Never Beat The Classic : Books

Apart of the technology progressed which happened day by day, reading a printed book is always had a better feeling. The smell and sounds of paper that returned are priceless. 38 more words

Classic

Going Forward - from the author

Hi there

I just want to say a big thanks to all of those who have been reading this blog and especially those who are more regular readers.   381 more words

Resources

The Summer Gardens.

When I was at the Festival of Quilts, many lovely people were talking to me about my recently announced online course. I had to tell everyone that after much consultation with more level headed people than me, I had decided to turn my artist books for textile artists   [ and other artists too, I hope ] into a printed book. 269 more words

Repost I'm Back + Project Life Digital Book Completed!

Original date: 1.24.13

I am back! That was a well needed break from blogging.  I took the time to focus on my goals and to catch up on Project Life.  192 more words

Project Life

Battle of the books !!!

Couple of month back I was in double mind of whether to continue reading printed book or e-book. I had a big debate within myself on whether to buy new Kindle or stick to my current habit. 423 more words