Ebooks you can smell. / oNotes
The Baffler,  April 20, 2015

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Ebooks you can smell. / oNotes
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• Nothing seems to baffle the media more these days than the strange and elusive Millennial. Here, from Newsweek, a piece on how the generation full of digital natives is changing “hobo culture.”

• Nneka Samuel asks, “Has crowdfunding gone too far?” This look at “Potato Salad Man” and other successful online fundraisers reminds us of Josh MacPhee’s salvo on Kickstarter from Baffler no. 21.

• The creator of the “smell-o-phone” has now brought us olfactory-oriented ebooks. Read it, smell it, and weep.

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