For their 75th Anniversary Esquire published an experimental limited-edition of the October 2008 issue that features something called electronic ink, with moving words and flashing images, which you can see in the video above. It is available at some major bookstores and newsstands.

Check out what wired magazine thinks about it. Esquire Magazine website
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  • Kinda sexy. Apparently they're only releasing 100,000 issues with this glorious cover, so if you want one get it quickly.

    This very digital shout-out to the digital age was engineered by the company E Ink, produced by Hearst, and FORD footed the bill. Hopefully every cover lights up and they see some ROI.

    Can we talk abt who they've selected as the "75 Most Influential People of the 21st Century"? Scarlett Johansson really? I think the editor meant her photos "influences" him nightly in the bathroom ..
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