How about this for a new publishing model? The Buenos Aires publisher Eterna Cadencia has started to publish books made with disappearing ink. Once you crack open the cover, you have two months to finish the book, or else you'll be staring at a blank page. If books have an expiration date, readers won't let them sit idly on their shelves. They'll read books more often, and give more authors a try. That's the logic of this new twist on publishing..
Books aren't dead yet. They're just intentionally fading away....
via Galley Cat