Flickr user Oschene created this papercraft compass rose jar on which is printed the entire text of my novel Little Brother, encoded as "1.7 gazillion microdots": "One has only to unfold the model, scan it and reconstitute it into a readable text."
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“I can talk about Little Brother in terms of its bravura political speculation or its brilliant uses of technology — each of which make this book a must-read — but, at the end of it all, I’m haunted by the universality of Marcus’s rite-of-passage and struggle, an experience any teen today is going to grasp: the moment when you choose what your life will mean and how to achieve it.
Steven C. Gould, author of Jumper