In the age of iBooks and Kindles, it's rare to see a book whose physical form is nearly as intriguing as the content itself. Such is the case with Change Is Good. Penned by Louis Rossetto, a co-founder and editor of Wired, this novel follows six characters — a CEO, a journalist, an artist, a hacker, a banker, and a dealer — as their stories intersect over the course of a week. At its heart, it's a story about the birth of the Digital Revolution, which makes it all the more interesting that it's being printed in Germany on a Gutenberg printing press, using the first direct-to-plate laser cutter specifically for printing larger size sheets on letterpress. This First Edition will be limited to just 1,000 copies, with a select few available signed by both the author and designer Erik Spiekermann.