Yesterday I had one of those moments, which is like opening a door in a wall in a garden and finding a country on the other side. In the uncommon newsletter there was a link to an article on how stories change us. I followed a link to stories are waves, which was much more interesting. It talks about how story telling is getting a bit more like pre-Gutenberg days. It mentioned the Organization for Transformative Works and I found the project, Archive of Our Own which has 1.4 million bits of fan fiction. That's a lot of storytelling.
When I got a Playbook I wanted to use it to listen to BBC iPlayer while doing the washing up. So I made a cardboard tablet stand out of the cardboard you get with new shirts. Recently I came across a video by Jude Pullen showing how to make a right angle joint with card and it inspired me to share what I'd done, via a PDF rather than a video though. The PDF below is for a Playbook but I would have thought that any seven inch tablet, like the Kindle Fire or the Google Nexus 7 would fit. If in the unlikely event they are more chunky than the Playbook, you can just cut the slot wider. It's probably more sturdy if you make it out of a corrugated cardboard. Seven inch tablet stand