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Bringing Serendipity To The Literary

Posted at 7:37AM Monday 17 Feb 2014

Introducing the Biblio-Mat: an office locker-housed, microprocessor-controlled "book randomizer," made of pulleys, winches, skateboard bearings, switches, relays and a mechanical bell that delivers, in exchange for $2 and with a satisfying thunk, whatever aging tome is next destined to tumble out.

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