I clearly remember everyone talking about a “paperless society” a few decades ago. It was the dawn of the “digital era”, and all the buzz was about how email and digital documents would soon almost completely replace printing anything on paper. Digital documents have certainly become a preferred method of data transfer for many of us (how many emails do you send and receive every day?) but there’s still plenty of paper around – so we still need built in bookshelf ideas. Some things, it seems, just don’t work quite right in a digital format.