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Damn You, Autocorrect

Damn You, Autocorrect

It doesn't matter if your an iPhone, Android, or BlackBerry user — at some point, you've likely fired off a potentially embarrassing message without thinking twice, thanks to the foul machinations of your smartphone. Damn You, Autocorrect ($9) — based on the blog of the same name — celebrates these hilarious, often horrifying messages with over 288 pages of transmissions that were hijacked by your otherwise well-meaning automobile. I mean, autocorrect. Damn you!

  • Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961-1967

    The late great Dennis Hopper was good at a lot of things: acting, directing, and screenwriting to name a few. He was also quite a photographer. Dennis Hopper: Photographs 1961-1967 ($45) celebrates his prowess behind a still camera with a carefully curated selection of photos taken on movie sets, bars, parties, dinners, and anywhere else he saw a moment worth capturing, which often included some rather well-known subjects.

  • Modernist Cuisine

    Plenty of books can tell you how to cook something — but far fewer can tell you why to do so a certain way. Modernist Cuisine ($470) belongs in the latter category. Written primarily by ex-Microsoft CTO Nathan Myhrvold and weighing in at 2,400 pages, this part cooking, part science six-volume set explains in simple, easy-to-understand terms the details behind practically every cooking method, making it just as useful for weekend grillmasters as it is for professional chefs. [Thanks, Chris]