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Matchboxes Depict Cats Making Questionable Decisions
These are great. And if you go to Arna Miller's Instagram account (arnamiller) you can see the sweet tiny press that made the matchbooks
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june 2018 by glass
Introducing Match Book, a New Literary Advice Column - NYTimes.com
Trying to figure out which book to read next? Searching for a book you loved years ago but can’t fully remember? Want to know where to start in a prolific author’s oeuvre?

The New York Times Book Review wants to hear from you. Our new literary advice column, Match Book, written by Nicole Lamy, will start in April and we need your questions.

You’re invited to email matchbook@nytimes.com with details about your reading habits — old favorites, new books that exceeded your expectations, and those that fell short. The weekly column will connect readers with book suggestions based on their questions, their tastes, their literary needs and desires.
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march 2017 by sentinelle
Match made in heaven as Xanadu lands €2.5m deal | Irish Examiner
The Xanadu team has already started work on an in-memory, event-driven architecture for Matchbook.com which it says will lead to unprecedented levels of performance and scalability.
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february 2017 by rufous
An homage to the matchbook
Related to last link, Sunday Morning takes a look
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august 2016 by glass
Japanese matchbox designs
lovely printing and design / via Coudal
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june 2016 by glass
Amazon.com: Kindle MatchBook
https://www.amazon.com/gp/digital/ep-landing-page?ie=UTF8&*Version*=1&*entries*=0;;; tags:amazon,kindle,books,book,matchbook,;;;ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ We were not able to find any Kindle MatchBook eligible titles based on your past print book purchases. See more Kindle MatchBook titles here.
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july 2014 by neerajsinghvns
Amazon's Kindle Matchbook will bundle Kindle copies with physical books at discounted prices
Amazon is launching an interesting new program next month, the Kindle Matchbook, which will offer Kindle copies of purchased printed books at discounted prices. Basically, when you buy a physical copy of a book, Amazon will offer the eBook version of that book at a lowered price of $2.99, $1.99, $0.99, and even free. What’s great [...]

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september 2013 by vrzone
Amazon Pairs Print and Digital Books With New Program - NYTimes.com
On Tuesday, the company plans to announce a new program, Kindle MatchBook, that lets its customers buy the electronic versions of books they have already purchased in print form for either $2.99, $1.99, $0.99 or free. That’s far less than the $11 or more that Amazon typically charges for standalone purchases of the latest Kindle titles. One benefit of MatchBook is that Amazon will let its customers buy Kindle editions of books that they purchased in print as far back as 1995, the year Amazon opened for business. The discounted Kindle edition prices apply to book purchases made in the future on Amazon too.
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september 2013 by sentinelle
3 More Apps All Travelers Should Download
Filed under: Gear, United States, Internet Tools



Here at Gadling, we think technology and travel go hand-and-hand. We use apps when hiking, to find food, and to get to know the locals, among many other things (like, for example, simply passing the time). Of course, new apps are being developed every day and we're also finding innovative ways to use apps that might not necessarily be branded for travelers. Here are three news apps that can help make technology work for you when traveling.

WooFound
Free
After struggling to find things to do and places to eat that matched his and his date's tastes, Joshua Spears set off to create a web personalization app that could help. The process is simple: the WooFound app displays photos of restaurants, events, attractions and more that could possibly fit a user's interest, and the user decides if the images are "Me" or "Not me." The app learns your preferences along the way, and uses location-based technology to relay suggestions. With a promise that no two users will have an identical personality profile, this is a great tool for someone who is exploring a new city and doesn't know where to go. Unless, of course, you're traveling with others - that could present a problem!Continue reading 3 More Apps All Travelers Should Download
3 More Apps All Travelers Should Download originally appeared on Gadling on Tue, 31 Jul 2012 15:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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july 2012 by dmlsexton

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