Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Prismatic newspaper

Changes its political slant according to which way you tilt it
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Two newspapers collaborate to produce a single edition printed on stiff boards under clear lenticular plastic. On tilting the page to the left, the reader sees the more left-leaning newspaper articles, and on tiling it to the right, they see the right-leaning articles. Both newspapers share the distribution and printing costs, reducing overheads.
nineteenthly, Jun 04 2012

And you could receive campaign promises from different politicos... UnLocal_20Paper
[normzone, Jun 04 2012]


       This could probably be done by using the same copy, but inverting the adjectives only. Careful placing of the smaller adjective-covering prisms could perhaps be used to generate braille copy also.
calum, Jun 04 2012

       You could also use two antipodal newspapers and put the lens thingy the other way, then it would tell you the news from the antipodes if you inverted it.
nineteenthly, Jun 04 2012

       This idea could be applied to political campaign signs, as a space-saver.   

       That way, the politicians could get you coming and going even before they're elected.
Alterother, Jun 04 2012

       Instead of an antipodal newspaper, I was thinking of "high brow" and "low brow" issue.
AusCan531, Jun 04 2012

       Great idea. +
blissmiss, Jun 04 2012

       In a global news environment you have to remember that Left & Right mean different things in different markets.
UnaBubba, Jun 05 2012

       I was wondering if you could do a book, newspaper, magazine, comic, pamphlet of whatever thusly -   

       1) on one side of the page it'd be "Rocket Science for Brain Surgeons"   

       2) on the other side of the page, upside down it'd be "Brain Surgery for Rocket Scientists"   

       Then print the front and back covers accordingly and it'd be the greatest innovation in learning since....that unfortunate incident in the Alexandrian Library...
not_morrison_rm, Jun 07 2012

       Now you've made me think of Ray Bradbury.
nineteenthly, Jun 07 2012

       Lots of great applications of this technology: Articles printed in Chinese using the traditional vs simplified character sets; Articles printed using easy vocabulary or hard; etc.
phundug, Jun 07 2012

       [+] ...should we mention anything about religious books using this?
xandram, Jun 07 2012

       There are books that are religious? Wow! I have always thought of them as simple, stationary objects... stationery too.
UnaBubba, Jun 08 2012


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