The trouble with Paul Feig, a NYT Magazine article on loserdom with one of Hollywood’s go-to geeks.
Printing a book in 1947. It’s pretty awesome to watch all of the machinery in action. The typesetting aspect is different these days (no more hot metal) but the books still need to be printed, trimmed and bound.
A Brief History of Emil Ruder, an introduction to one of the founders of the International Typographic Style and proponent of the grid.
Three authors and their cover designers, an essay from Stephen Heller.