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[ US ] Short Story Dispenser unveiled at Philadelphia International Airport
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Three short story dispensers are now up and running at the Richland Library Main location at 1431 Assembly St.
“The ideal of this is to have these in the community places and events,” Tallent said. “We hope it will elevate a focus on literacy and get people interested in reading in a different way.”
The Edmonton International Airport recently became home to a strange new machine. "It's like an ATM, but you get literature out of it," says Jason Norman, a writer and publisher from Edmonton. [...]
"[International travellers] describe it as the topping on the dessert that was their trip here in Edmonton. It was like this final souvenir that they can take home."Traci Bednard, vice president of digital strategy for Edmonton International Airport
Once upon a time there was a start-up with a dream of bringing the pleasures of reading to more people. Happily, this dream came true. At the push of a button the Short Story Dispenser prints out fiction that can be read in one, three or five minutes, for free.
Every writer dreams of having their work published; now Baptist University (HKBU) has found an innovative way to make it happen. Students there can see their work printed before their eyes – on a long strip of receipt-like paper from a short story dispenser. Think of it as a vending machine for literature...
Testée initialement au Polar Lens, une machine distribue gratuitement des histoires courtes dans la boutique Tadao depuis mars pour réduire les temps d’attente par la lecture.
Les distributeurs automatiques de nouvelles de la start-up grenobloise Short Edition connaissent un franc succès outre-atlantique, où leur caractère très français est mis en avant.