The Bookmaker

Friday, May 23, 2008


A management consultant dreamed of instantly printing books. An editor dreamed of selling classics that are hard to find in megastores. Together they created the Espresso Book Machine. Their only obstacle: glue. Daniel J. Kramer reports on the ATM machine for literature.

Comments [1]

Matt from San Frrancisco

This sounds great! If I release my title into the public domain, can I just print it out at the San Francisco machine?


May. 25 2008 06:03 PM

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