The Daily Dish

A book with a view: Andrew Sullivan’s crowdsourced book pricing scheme

Andrew Sullivan’s Daily Dish blog may be best known for political
content, but its most popular feature is party agnostic and user
generated. Over the last three years, readers have submitted photos of
scenes snapped from their windows, for a weekly featured titled “The View From Your Window.”

Amid hundreds of photos and growing interest, The Atlantic has now chosen 200 of those images and produced a coffee table book. The front and back images have been crowd
sourced. But that’s not as interesting as the price tag, which
depends on how many people purchase the book.