An Argentinian independent publisher Eterna Cadencia adds an element of urgency to reading, by publishing books in disappearing ink. (via Design Taxi)

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    Oh my god this gives me so much anxiety!! Only two months? What if I screw up? What if I lose it? Or worse yet what if I...
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    Borges would have a field day.
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    This is an interesting idea, I’m not sure how I feel about it though.
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    Hmm.
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    This is a great idea but, does the ink disappear as you turn the pages or as soon as you open the book? Because I...
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