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literature for Cardano that doesn't hurt your eyes

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Screen reading is much different from reading something printed on paper. You may suffer from digital eye strain from prolonged screen time. For some of us, that’s just a way of life.

So for people who read a lot of ebooks, I build ebooks as websites so they are easy to navigate. And the following design choices are to make them easier on your eyes, especially after dark:

  • Dark mode color schemes
  • Easy-to-read typography
  • White space instead of indentation
  • Shorter paragraphs
  • Monologues are in a serif font
  • Letters are in a monospace font

publications

cover: 21 Flavors of Lorem Ipsum (edited by chiarascuro)

21 Flavors of lorem Ipsum (edited by chiarascuro)

83,012 words of Lorem Ipsum in 21 varieties. All the placeholder text you’ll ever need right here.

desktop version of cover, Frankenstein (Mary Shelley), dark mode edition

Frankenstein (Mary Shelley)

Generally accepted as the first science fiction novel.

cover image for The Poems of Sappho, dark mode press edition

The Poems of Sappho

Most of Sappho’s work was lost, but here’s what’s left from the 10th muse.

coming soon

cover image, Anarchism and Other Essays by Emma Goldman (dark mode edition)

Anarchism and Other Essays (Emma Goldman)

Emma Goldman was a Jewish immigrant from Russia who, after decades of life in the U.S., was deported back to Russia for saying (and writing) this stuff.

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