Tastebook, Conde Nast's latest attempt at harnessing loser-generated content involves ink and paper. No, it's not handing over the editing of its magazines to its readers, like startup 80/20 Publishing. But it has invested in Tastebook, a startup which binds 100 recipes (culled from its cooking site Epicurious.com or your personal collection) into a personalized hardcover cookbook. It'd be far more exciting if it were scratch-and-sniff, though. [Silicon Alley Insider]
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