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05 October 2010



I expect visitors to look at the books on my shelves, so I arrange them in blocks according to which are the easiest to see: Fiction front and center, so we can talk about our similar tastes, Cook Books nearby where guests inevitably ask how many of those books I purchased on my own (almost none), Geek Books down below since there's not much conversation to be had about them.

Ed Vielmetti

I have way too many books in boxes in the basement; it's time to photograph them and set them free so that someone else can read them. (I'll save the photograph and use that as the artifact to share, I guess, is the theory.)


Yes, please do! A photograph of a book can be a photograph of a mutual friend.

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