Electronic Projects for Musicians
pfperry at melbpc.org.au
Wed Mar 26 07:38:20 CET 1997
At 02:06 PM 30/12/98 -0800, Arthur Harrison wrote:
>I'd hate to think that publishers are resorting to ink-jets instead
>of offset printing presses, just to save a buck.
If they do, they are wrong.
"Books on demand" are cheapest produced on a laser system.
I think the culprit here is emulsifying agents in the mock OJ causing the
short (recycled) fibers to let go of each other.
When I build anything out of a book I photocopy it first.. then I can
scribble all over it, and write rude comments if necessary before filing.
paul perry melb australia
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