A smart designer by the name of Rob Matthews had the idea of printing Wikipedia as a book as a bit of a statement about the quality of the articles on the site. Obviously there’s far too much information to put in one book, so he settled for a mere 5,000 page, knee-high tomb containing 837 featured articles from the online encyclopaedia. I’m a stickler for not breaking the spines of books, but I think I’d struggle with this one!