There’s something comforting about this mellow, brown 1990 ad for the Prodigy internet service. It’s two minutes (two minutes!) of the glory and promise of the internet, laid out in optimistic clarity. A yuppie has his aging neighbor over to his aging-neighbor-approved house and is eager to show off his computer. The yuppie explains the…
So, I decided to go ahead and make a print edition of distant friends. The proof arrived today, and it looks okay!
Once approved, the book will be up on Amazon in about 24 hours. It’s really kind of an afterthought; after spending so much time on the digital editions it didn’t take much to go ahead and package it for a print edition. I used createspace to distribute it – in my experience it seems like the best option for both fulfillment on Amazon as well as print-on-demand for physical copies I want to sell myself. There will be a post on distribution options coming!