The highly technical online doohickey that lets you read our incredible books was already, of course, basically perfect. Nobody could deny that. But what if it could be more perfect?
As much as we all enjoy starting at the first page of an 80-page book and then repeatedly clicking “next” until we reach the page we want, sometimes, when we’re trying to find something specific, that process is not as quick or as direct as we’d like. What we need is a faster way of seeing what’s on all the pages so we can choose the one we’re looking for.
So I made that happen. Now you can go to any book (including the Mr Smiths) and click “page index”.
You’ll then be taken to thumbnails of all the pages. Clicking one will take you to the full page.
This improvement comes at no charge to you, and completes the latest upgrade to your increasingly brilliant life.
12 comments on “A new book thing”
This can only be a good thing. Now I can shave seconds off when trying to find a picture of, I don’t know, an ice cream doing an impression of Buster Keaton or whatever it is we fill these books with.
I think it’s mostly that. However, despite having made the magic book viewing buttons and everything, I’ve never actually read any of them, so I can’t be sure.
You shouldn’t. The kind of materials within these books is way too advanced for the human race. If you saw them your eyes would explode.
Like a mattress shop?
Exactly,. brother got it worked out. You know what I’m saying, ammaright?
I think I know what you’re saying. You seem to be suggesting that the stuff inside these books is so advanced that it has the same effect as watching Care Bears 2 on top of a mattress shop. But not such a great effect that publishing them on the open internet where anyone can see them would make any difference.
What you said had a lot of words in it so rather than read it I’m going to agree with it regardless.
This is as close as you’ve ever come to wisdom.
I don’t know, Professor Douchebag is stuffed to the gills with wisdom and he’s never off the phone to me. I’m sure some of it has sunk in.
Look, all of this is distracting us from the point, which is that nobody has read any of these books in case they cause us to explode. Surely it’s now time to send in a brave experimental person to read them and see if exploding is the result. I volunteer Kev to do it.
Yeah, that nerd is too busy doing his nerd shit to come and waste time here like the rest of us.
I just heard back. Apparently he tried it and he exploded. What a nerd.