Plenty of bloggers go into print, but this one is special. BibliOdyssey is both learned and visually intoxicating, and I applaud peacay's breakthrough into the ink-and-paper world to bring forth what is certainly a substantial and informative book in addition to just being full of gorgeous pictures.
I'll crib peacay's own blatantly promotional paragraph to describe the offering:
The book (like the site) covers a very wide spectrum of styles, time periods and subject matter. You can expect everything from astronomy to zoology and from Art Nouveau to the Renaissance, in something reminiscent of what I call a multi-post (except on steroids and growth hormone and with better grooming habits and no noisy computer fan in the background). I like to think that the trajectory of the book aims somewhere roughly between our internet users' penchant for a concentrated package of beguiling ephemera and as an introductory overview of the cultural wealth accessible from web archives for luddites.
Here's the book available from Amazon.
It just pleases me that this sort of thing is going on, and I'm delighted by BibliOdyssey's success. I don't have my copy yet, but Christmas is just around the corner, you know.