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PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives

PostSecret: Extraordinary Confessions from Ordinary Lives

Based on the popular blog in which random people send in postcards with their deepest secrets scrawled on them, the hardcover PostSecret book ($17) is quite possibly the hippest coffee table book you can buy. The secrets and artwork on the postcards range from hilarious to downright morbid. The book collects the most popular secrets from the website and several that have never been seen before.

  • Schott's Original Miscellany

    There are so many useless facts in the world — why not own a book of them? Schott's Original Miscellany ($11) holds the answers to such life-altering questions as “Which Burmese kings died ‘curious deaths’?” and “Does anyone in the house have a schematic of Dante’s Inferno?” Factoids abound in this volume from Ben Schott, as does humor — making Original Miscellany a perfect holiday gift or stocking stuffer.

  • The Cult of iPod

    If you would rather give up your car or girlfriend rather than your beloved iPod, then The Cult of iPod ($17) by Leander Kahney is right up your alley. The follow up to his terrific The Cult of Mac, the book looks at how the iPod came to be, current crazy iPod culture, and how exactly the iPod has turned into our new god.