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Edgar Allen Poe, Disguised As PowerPoint

To encourage the computer-reliant to read (and to facilitate covert reading at work), the New Zealand Book Council has disguised classic works of literature as PowerPoint presentations and created a Potemkin windows desktop to house them. You can contemplate Tolstoy, Twain, and Poe while appearing to..




To encourage the computer-reliant to read (and to facilitate covert reading at work), the New Zealand Book Council has disguised classic works of literature as PowerPoint presentations and created a Potemkin windows desktop to house them. You can contemplate Tolstoy, Twain, and Poe while appearing to pore over, you know, whatever PowerPoints normally contain. At the end of the day, we still recommend the paper versions, but readatwork.com will do in a pinch.

Via PSFK.