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- Subject: Re: eyes opened (tail recursion)
- From: Asko Kauppi <asko.kauppi@...>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 03:48:34 +0300
I wouldn't recommend that to Roberto. Better to have a company where
you send the originals, and they take care of everything thereafter
(are there such companies?!? ;). After all, our delight is making good
software, not printing books.
Ken Paulson kirjoittaa keskiviikkona, 25. kesäkuuta 2003, kello 01:30:
Yes, buying the final version in advance sounds good. And I agree with
Brett: somewhere along the lines of 20-40 dollars sounds fine for an
electronic copy. Obviously, I'd be willing to pay more for a printed
version. But I'm not sure we should be waiting around for publishers
the (Lua) light.
Self-publishing is always an option. It's serviced a lot of niche
markets. A very simple way to do it is to use Amazon's Advantage
program, but you'd keep a lot more of the money (though it would also
be a lot more work) if you did it entirely on your own.