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Little Brother encoded as microdots on a papercraft desk-jar

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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  1. This, and other much more interesting things, will be on display this coming weekend (06/28-29/08) at the 2008 Origami Convention in New York City. The general public can see the exhibition on Saturday or Sunday, 10:30 to 4:30, at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), located on 27th Street between 7th and 8th Avenue. Well worth the trip.

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