You Can’t Do That with a Kindle: Library Builds Record-Breaking Domino Chain from Old Books

To promote its summer reading program, the Seattle Public Library did what any enterprising library would do: take a bunch of old books, set them up like dominoes and knock them over.

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To promote its summer reading program, the Seattle Public Library did what any enterprising library would do: take a bunch of old books, set them up like dominoes and knock them over.

And we’re talking about a lot of books here: 2,131 in all. “The books used to make this domino chain were either donated or are out of date and no longer in the library’s collection,” according to the YouTube description. As a bonus, the library now lays claim to being the world record holder for the longest book domino chain.

Library Sets Up World’s Longest Book Domino Maze [Geekologie]

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