By Lynne Raughley
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by Alan Piñon
A Fishrappr. This could be a lyrical trout named Eazy-Eel that spits mad rhymes at schools of fanatic guppy groupies. Or, Fishrappr is an advanced, online user interface created to make the content of print newspapers accessible and searchable in an attractive and easy-to-use portal.
by Danielle Colburn
What makes a book? A cover, sure; binding, fine; and pages, of course. Must the pages be paper, or is there wiggle room? Could they be, say, cheese? (Or, more accurately, cheese food.) Controversies abound with American Cheese, a book (?) of 20 individually-wrapped slices of American singles bound in a yellow cover. It can be found on the shelves of the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library’s Special Collections, stored comfortably in a plastic sandwich container at room temperature, because, as one would hope of a book, it is shelf-stable.