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Make your own 'foldie'

12:14 UK time, Tuesday, 10 June 2008

Paper Monitor asked yesterday for constructive ideas on how one might fold a webpage. As ever when this sort of question is asked, one feels a faint sense of unease for the nation's productivity in difficult economic times.

But away with doubt. Here's Jinja, Edinburgh's masterly effort.

You can click it to enlarge it.

windmill203.jpgAnd not to be outdone, old faithful Pix6 delightfully gives all Magazine readers an novel idea for those difficult times when one is charged with looking after a small child but also wants to make sure one's had one's daily recommended allowance of pure Monitor.

If you must, further examples of how to fold a webpage in a nifty non-proprietary photo editing software format are welcome at with "Nifty folding webpage idea" in the subject line.

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