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: I hate jewelcases, even the really skinny ones. But I also hate giving or receiving data-discs without some kind of protection. When I mail n DVDs of spam to a researcher I don't want them scratching each other up. So I was cutting up paper and stapling it into paper cases.

Then today I discovered the ancient Eastern art of origami. Tom Hull devised instructions for folding an 8.5"x11" sheet of paper into a closable jewelcase, and there's a web application that lets you print customized cases with the folding lines marked so you don't have to guesstimate distances.

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