Easing the burdens of summer

The pages of The New Yorker should change color when they're read. Sky blue would be nice. That way, when it's time to head for the summer house, it won't be necessary to schlep the whole pile, just those with pages that are still mostly white.

1 comment:

  1. Even better would be if they'd self-destruct, like the tape-recorded assignments on Mission Impossible.


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