Reading Companions

A story of codex technology in situ from Roger Deakin (Wildwood: A Journey
Through Trees

Later, as I sit reading in the afternoon sun, a pearl-bordered fritillary
comes and settles on my book, enjoying the reflected sunlight. Insects are
often attracted to the brightness of books. At home in my garden,
dragonflies and damselflies often settle on the page, and will stay there
for some time. Such moments are leisure for them as well as for me.

Is there an app for that?

And so for day 2533

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