DIY Magazines at 20¢ a page
Charging 20 cents a page, paid only when a customer orders a copy, H.P. dreams of turning MagCloud into vanity publishing’s equivalent of YouTube. The company, a leading maker of computers and printers, envisions people using their PCs to develop quick magazines commemorating their daughter’s volleyball season or chronicling the intricacies of the Arizona cactus…
Flashy, but is it useful?
I will buy a copy of the mag, but I’m not sure this is the future of print publications. Now if they included RFID chips and the mag could get on WiFi or something, that would be cool. Gizmodo nixes the idea. clipped from www.editorsweblog.org US: “The possibilities of print have just begun,” Esquire designs…