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[Jun. 3rd, 2010|02:47 pm]
Listen in, listen Ian!
My team leader has gone home sick, and my team colleague (we're a small, but select team) is on holiday, so I've been left on my own. We're all in trouble.

I went to Canary Wharf at lunchtime to spend gift vouchers. In Waterstones, I bought Family Britain, Strange Days Indeed and View From The Foothills and I got the new Divine Comedy album in HMV.

Where does the team stand on using the folded down corner of a page as a bookmark? I know that very many people frown hugely on this kind of thing, but I kind of like it myself. I think people get a little too precious about the condition of books - it's the words within that make them so great, not the smoothness of the cover, although when I was in the queue in Waterstones I did go back and swap the copy of Family Britain that I'd picked up for one with an uncreased spine. So I guess it's only okay if I damage my books.

Following a cat wee incident, I need a new A-Z. Should I get the genuine A to Z, or one of the other street maps that are available? I quite like the look of the AA one.

[User Picture]From: mammadibiba
2010-06-03 04:44 pm (UTC)
I don't mind folded down corners, but I don't do it myself.
I'm also a spine breaker and I also keep books in my bag, which means they all end up with bent, creased covers and folded up corners.
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