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Old 06-12-2011, 07:45 PM   #7
John Spragens
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I have one of those name slugs from a paperboy tour of the Dallas Morning News in my junior high years.

Later, in 1974, I saw another variation in printing technology transitions. At a newspaper in Saigon, I watched typesetters setting type by hand. Then they'd pull ... hmm ... wouldn't call it proofs, I suppose ... but slicks from the set type. Those slicks were pasted up into pages used to produce plates for offset printing.

   
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