News reports surfaced sometime early previous week (I couldn't put it up on my blog) that there is now an offline version of Wikipedia.
Really, you ask? Yes, really really! It's a book - with 5000 (yes, 5000) pages!
Some excerpts from the Daily Telegraph article are as follows:
Made by Rob Matthews, the book contains 437 featured articles from the popular internet resource and comes up to his knee when stood on the floor.
"It was difficult to produce, there was a little bit of trial and error when it came to binding, as I'd never tried to produce a book of that scale before". Rob, a graphic design student from Brighton, Sussex, took two weeks to make the book as a statement about how people are now dependent on the internet for information.