I'm not so sure that the end result has to be such a literal interpretation of the subject. Quite often just hinting at things works even better. Google Cardinal Health's logo. It's similar but different...
A rather elderly gentleman wanted to purchase one of our e-books. He doesn't have an e-mail address. Nor can he recall how to login to the website where the link is available for people who purchased the hard copy.
There's panic stations now on how we can get this sent to him lol. I don't know how he's going to view it either. He'll have to install adobe digital editions or something similar or download it on to his iPad if he has one?
It's all really funny as we don't know how to send someone a file that has no electronic mail.
We could put the link as a temporary download - but where do you send him the link we'd have to call out http://d#452jfe#23_3223 over the phone to him.
I think the solution they came up with was to write him a letter and send it in the post.
It's official the first eBook sent by post
"May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott