"Media of the Month" by Glen Helfand (Huffington Post, 10/2/11)

Artforum, by Gwen Allen (January, 2012)

"Best Of: Year Three" by Sarah Hotchkiss(Art Practical, August, 2012)

"Apocalyptic Apocrypha" by Dodie Bellamy (Belladodie, 10/2/11)

"Scanners: A Temporary Used Bookstore" by Sarah Hotchkiss (KQED, 10/4/11)

"Addicted to Print" by Garrett Caples (San Francisco Bay Guardian, 10/4/11)

Evan Karp in the Chronicle (10/6/11)

Kimberly Chun in the Chronicle (10/6/11)

Roll Call: Bay Area Arts and Culture, and interview with Matt Borruso and Nick Hoff by Margaret Tedesco (10/8/11)

"Pop-up bookstore sells permanence, for a limited time only" by Casey Miner (Crosscurrents, KALW, 10/11/11)

"The Scanners Project" by Zach Vasquez (Creosote Journal, 10/12/11)

"Book Pop-Up to Browse Through" by Lydia Chávez (Mission Local, 10/23/11)

Resonant City (10/23/11)

On Books

Database of books about books and bibliography

Other People's Books

33 1/3

Bookshelf Porn

Print and Digital

"Imagining a Swap Meet for E-Books and Music" (New York Times, 3/7/13)

G. Thomas Tanselle on books in the electronic era

G. Thomas Tanselle on the "Future of Primary Records"

"Literacy Debate: Online, R U Really Reading?" (New York Times, 7/27/08)

"Like the Best Zombies, VHS Just Won’t Die" (New York Times, 10/26/11)

Bookselling and Publishing

Art Catalogues at LACMA

Bookstores for Gazers," by Randy Kennedy (New York Times, 8/16/12)

Librería Lello

Paper Cavalier

Reading 2.0

"Publishing Gives Hints of Revival, Data Show" (New York Times, 8/9/11)

Deyermond Art + Books

The Bookstorming société of booksellers (French)

The Monkey's Paw


The Northern California Independent Bookseller's Association

"Independent bookstores add a new chapter" (Washington Post, 8/12/11)

City Lights Booksellers and Publishers

"End Of Days For Bookstores? Not If They Can Help It" (NPR, 12/14/10)

Printed Matter, Inc.

The Owl Cave

"The 20 Most Beautiful Bookstores in the World" (Flavorwire, 1/31/12)

Archives and Libraries

The BookServer project

Article on Brewster Kahle's project to archive a print copy of "every book ever published"

Public Collectors

Temporary Services' Self-Reliance Library

Public Fiction

The Prelinger Library

"An Online Library of Handsomeness" (Urbandaddy, 2/29/12)

Digital Dark Ages

"In a Flood Tide of Digital Data, an Ark Full of Books (New York Times, 3/3/12)

The Archive Team

"When Data Disappears" (New York Times, 8/7/11)

"Audio Recordings Of U.S. History Fading Fast" (Huffington Post, 9/29/10)

"Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era" by Roy Rosenzweig

The Printed Object

Invisible Exports

American Bookbinders Museum

Books City Jackets

"Conceptual Inspiration, by the Book" (New York Times, 2/28/13)

University of Reading's Typography and Graphic Communication Department

Books as riot gear

The Dor, "a digital archive of out of print artist books"

5B4: Photography and Books (blog)

Mark Mulroney's library

Specific Object

50 Watts

Typophile book recommendations

Ephemera Assemblyman

"Book Lovers Fear Dim Future for Notes in the Margins" (New York Times, 2/20/11)

"Selling a Book by Its Cover" (New York Times, 1/5/11)

Huts For Woodbutchers and Trolls

Used Books

The Contemporary Artists' Books Conference

Book Pussy

New York Art Book Fair

"10 Gorgeous Buildings Made Out of Books" (Flavorwire, 10/27/12)

Future of the Book

Collection of articles on The Millions

Rochester Institue of Technology conference on the future of reading

The Institute for the Future of the Book

The E-book

"Imagining a Swap Meet for E-Books and Music" (New York Times, 3/7/13)

"The Dog-Eared Paperback, Newly Endangered in an E-Book Age" (New York Times, 9/3/11)

"E-book Revolution Upends a Publishing Course" (New York Times, 7/17/11)

"Why The Book Business May Soon Be The Most Digital Of All Media Industries"

"Google Opens Doors to E-Bookstore" (New York Times, 12/7/10)

"E-Book Boom Changes Book Selling And Publishing" (NPR, 12/21/10)

"Does the Brain Like E-Books?" (New York Times, 10/14/09)

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