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Old 05-20-2008, 03:13 AM   #5
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I admire your enterprise, but do feel that you would be better off commissioning a print-on-demand shop to do the printing and production while you concentrate on the web design, selling and graphic design, which is probably as much as anyone can hope to do in any sort of commercial or semi-commercial operation.
I guess so, but I still want to learn, and even big companies were once dreams ^_^ I am also a great fan of DIY things, even if it would be cheaper with a commercial printing firm. With my own firm I could feel satisfied over actually making something, and by myself, something beautiful, the wonderful scent of paper, and fresh copies of some new book I haven't printed before. It's more than just a way to make money, it's an art form, and something you can be very proud of ^_^ Everything shouldn't be the large-scale commercial rape-and-pillage model ^~^;

Even if it never amounts to anything, I will still have learned something good and worthwhile!
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