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June 30, 2020

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Cynthia

We are already considering a new model (model T, after Thorsten), who suggested a contraption that involves a mirror and rubber bands!

Cynthia

This article about a forgotten language first inspired the idea, though Thomas Jefferson's book revolver stand was an early example of architectural forays to facilitate reading ventures.

https://taz.de/Vergessene-Geheimsprache-Rotwelsch/!5619436/

Boris

The Buchor could possibly also applied in daylight for early birds. Maybe as a rebrand? I like the suggestion of gravity free reading and also the surprising end ("if you want one, build one yourself").

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