Your Next Magazine Cover Will be Moving

Fact: Dictionary.com says that a magazine is usually bound in paper. Fact: Esquire thinks that sucks. So their upcoming September issue, which celebra
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Fact: Dictionary.com says that a magazine is usually bound in paper. Fact: Esquire thinks that sucks. So their upcoming September issue, which celebra
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Fact: Dictionary.com says that a magazine is usually bound in paper. Fact: Esquire thinks that sucks. So their upcoming September issue, which celebrates their 75th year, is going to be a little different - that is, the cover's going to be electronic. No word on exactly what it'll look like yet, but the digital cover will comes with its own battery pack, so we're imagining something like those hologram folders from school, except the image will move on its own. They're only making 100,000 copies of the edition with the digital cover, so you might have to scramble to get one. On an only somewhat related note, wouldn't it be so funny if Vogue did one with Caroline actually jumping? Yes. --ALEXANDRA BEN-GURION