Anyone have a print-on-demand service they recommend? I have a couple-hundred-pages PhD dissertation that's relevant to my work I'd like to print out and have on hand.
@cwebber I've always used the nearby staples? The one near my old house had an email address I could send things to.
@cwebber a second for big corp Staples. Their prices are so inexpensive, I cannot justify buying a printer.
@cwebber What size is the paper (Letter, A4?)
@cwebber US Letter. So I'd recommend going with somewhere like Staples et al. Printing that as a book from a POD service is going to be expensive.
@craigmaloney @cwebber I *did* go the POD route with my own PhD thesis, but that's because I am an old hand at LaTeX and suffer from artistic aspirations. Also, a bookstore here in town offers the service.
(Actually, two of them do, but I've only tried one.)
Prior to that, I used both Lulu and CreateSpace. The quality was fine, the cost a bit steep for anything I would try to sell.
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