Featured Page #06: World Card Wood (Infotizement)

NextNature.net
June 22nd 2012

During the coming weeks, we will present a selection of our favourite pages from the Next Nature book. This week: The World Card Wood, the worlds' most prestgious and versatile credit card.

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Note from the editor: This page is a so-called infotizement, which you can find throughout the book. This self-invented format is editorial content, but we disguised it as advertisement. You could say that it is the exact opposite of the advertorial, which lures you into engaging with (what you think is) editorial content, but is in fact an advertisement in disguise.

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Featured here are pages 200-201 from the book Next Nature: Nature Changes Along with Us. More information about the book can be found here.

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