The Zen of Book Binding

The Zen of CSS DesignI found a funny thing when reading my copy of The Zen of CSS Design by Dave Shea and Molly Holzschlag. When I got to page 83, the page facing it to it’s right was page 113. This continued on for about 20 pages or so, then another page 83, and then it skipped again to leave out another couple of chapters later. Cool – a fluke!

I mean, I’m bummed I don’t have all the chapters right here anyway, but this is cooler. (I have plenty of friends with copies I can borrow…) Besides, Molly signed my copy, so that makes it an extra-valuable fluke.

2 thoughts on “The Zen of Book Binding”

  1. I know, isn’t that funny? I think maybe something mysterious happened when I was hiking around Bandelier in that thunderstorm… πŸ˜‰

    Of course, we all know printing errors occur all the time. I’ve seen some whoppers. My favorites are where pages are accidentally folded in and then the edges of the book are die cut, so you get this weird-shaped fold-out origami thing hanging out in the middle of your book. I’m always amused when this happens.

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