Day: November 18, 2009

  • A Review of Print on Demand Printing Houses

    [A comparison of three major POD places][link] ([lulu.com][lulu], [blurb.com][blurb] & [adorama.com][adorama]), with helpful video of the finished products. via [@templesmith][ben]. [link]: http://insig.ht/2009/06/print-on-demand-review/ “Adorama, Blurb & Lulu – Book Printing Review” [ben]: http://twitter.com/templesmith “Ben Templesmith” [lulu]: http://lulu.com “Lulu” [blurb]: http://blurb.com “Blurb” [adorama]: http://www.adoramapix.com/ “Adorama”

  • AT&T’s Morale Problem

    [I’m sure the sentiment is more widespread than this one rep][link]. *Update*: [AT&T says it’s a hoax][hoax], and they’re probably right. Consumerist gets it, though: it doesn’t matter if it’s “true” or not. It felt true, and that speaks volumes about AT&T’s business and culture. [link]: http://consumerist.com/5407532/att-rep-wants-to-die “Transcripts: A&T Rep Wants To Die” [hoax]: http://consumerist.com/5408384/att-says-their-rep-doesnt-want-to-die…

  • ‘I’m going to tell my son the worst swearword in the world’

    >[My eight-year-old son, Joel, comes into my office to ask if there’s a worse swearword than fuck. “No,” I say.][link] > >There’s a silence. “You’re lying,” he says. > >”There’s none worse than fuck,” I say. > >Joel narrows his eyes. “I know you’re lying,” he says. He leaves the room. With a setup like…