Oops–Making Books the Old-Fashioned Way, Take 2

26 Jul

My apologies for an “air” post. The more frustrated I get, the more likely I am to hit the wrong thing–which is what happened with the previous post.

Allow me to try again. Take 2.

The PBS News Hour last night had a wonderful story on the Arion Press. I wanted to send that out, since books are one of the topics in which I am interested. (Also, as a former resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, I was delighted to know about this San Francisco press, and the story reminded me of the History of Printing course I took in library school at Cal Berkeley many years ago.)

However, the embedding doesn’t seem to work–or, I can’t figure out what I am doing wrong.

So, here should be a link to the Arion Press clip.

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