Talk about a Trojan horse. Now you can disguise your valuable, steal-able Macbook within something that no one would really want — an old-fashioned dead-trees paper book!
The covers, $79, are individually crafted to look like some worn and weathered tome pulled from the private library of a stately pile in Gloucestershire or Tuscany.
I love my iMac, and if I get a Macbook, I would definitely want to protect my investment and its contents.
But using a book-as-decoy to protect the means with which some of us are still actually producing books — the old-fashioned kind, printed and bound and sold in stores and, we hope, added to library shelves both public and private, in addition to their every possible electronic iteration — seems a little sad.