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I Love eBooks, But They Suck As Textbooks

    Since the launch of the Kindle—November, 2007—I’ve read an average of an eBook a week. That’s a lot, and there’s a reason: ebooks are great for reading mysteries and sci-fi thrillers, my light entertainment. But however optimal ebooks are for..

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    Inspiration From The NY Art Book Fair

      Nicole Baxter and I attended the NY Art Book Fair last week to see all manner of printed art from mimeographed radical zines to precious objets d'art ensconced in glass cases. I took snaps of interesting explorations of printing..

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      The Awesome New Way to Publish Your Art Book

        The traditional method of publishing art and photography books is risky and expensive. Now by combining crowdfunding and digital printing you can get the benefits of the old way of publishing, much less risk, and conceivably even make some money!..

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        Finally, I Get to Write About Cats

          Last night, my family and I attended the 2015 Internet Cat Video Festival. It was meow-velous! The phenomenon that is the Internet Cat Video Festival is now in its fourth year. If this is the first time you've ever heard about this..

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