Stamen have extended Walking Papers into Field Papers: a virtuous cycle of mapping in the real world and online.
This evolution of Tom Taylor’s microprinter looks like it’s going to be absolutely wonderful (and packed full of personality). Watch this space.
A handy papernet tool for emergency situations. “Zombie apocalypse” is not, alas, one of the default options.
Preserving the papernet.
Immanentizing the papernet.
I really like this idea for connecting cities to the papernet.
This is wonderful: maps that travel from the internet to the papernet and back to the internet again. Print out from OpenStreetMap, annotate in the real world, and scan the annotated map.
This is just brilliant! Natalie has taken the Flash-based Pocketmod and reproduced it using HTML and CSS (including CSS transforms).
A text to punch card translator. Who wants to be the first to pipe Twitter messages through this?
Make your own papernet projects.
A paper app—like a web app, but for the papernet—that provides a DIY portable log book for diabetics.
I had a good browse through "Things Our Friends Have Written On The Internet 2008" at PaperCamp. It's lovely.
Matt has organised PaperCamp for this weekend and I'll be heading along. Should be good fun.
Dan is claiming that these notebooks could be moleskin killers. I am intrigued and I do like the nice use of Futura.