from 'the worlds knowledge' (at the BL)
Turning the Pages on the web including recently Leonardo Notebook
- interesting from a usability perspective - uses a drag (psuedo 3d) page turning gimmick which is a bit of a pain (to say the least) - so much easier to just click, or even use the keyboard! [ala thisisamagazine] (you could even show the animation of the page turning - or alternatively trigger the turn with a smaller movement) - I have seen this technique somewhere else recently, where it seemed to work more smoothly and to better effect, but cannot remember where...
- the contents interesting though (in L's reverse mirror writing - which can be reflected and maginified)

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