The division of labor is limited by the extent of the market(s) in everything

Would Adam Smith be happy about this?:

Wealth of Nations handcrafted to include a hidden 250 ml swing top glass flask imported from Italy. Behind the flask we’ve inlaid handmade decorative paper imported from Nepal.  Let’s be honest, you are never going to read this book, but you sure might drink from it!

Our handmade booze books will ship in two to six weeks (sooner if possible). Supplies and motivation are limited, so act fast!

For the excellent pointer I thank Pablo Halkyard.

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We're in the process of scanning in all our books and tossing them away. (See DIY Bookscanner website).

This is a perfect idea for my 1 remaining book!

Careful, Robert. The hidden container book works best when on a shelf with other, similar, regular books. With only one book, it's a lot less effective.

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Also useful for hiding small rock hammers.

Seems like this would be pretty easy to do on one's own for way less than $100.

Easily.

http://boingboing.net/2010/10/06/secret-hollowed-out.html

You need a lot of rubber cement and an oscillating cutter.

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Also I'd like to see someone try this with a Kindle. There is a TGS?

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I red the link "Why glass flasks?" I think the real reason is metal detectors.

Careful, Ken, my brother was detained quite a while by TSA for having a hollowed-out book. It showed quite clearly on the baggage x-ray, apparently, and they wouldn't believe his story that he was just taking it to college to hide stuff from his dorm-mate. He got "special treatment" his next several trips through security.

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It's not the first time the great Scotsman has been used as a cover for more interesting material:
http://worldoftomoffinland.com/insider_trading_tof/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/fo_tom25_jacket_v6.pdf

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