The Phonebook is a telephone, answering machine and message printer from Krohn Design that's really wild. Not only does the design inspiration come from the trusty old file-o-fax, so does the operational inspiration. To change modes on the phone you turn the plastic "pages." Cool. The are also four "common buttons" along the side of the phone that change function as you flip through your phonebook. It never gets confusing, though, because each "page" describes what the buttons do when you're in their particular mode. Genius.