THERE IS a certain romantic element connected to printing. The dewy eyes are primarily reserved for old school printing, the lead type and letterpress, as opposed to modern presses that can spout out tens of thousands of copies in an hour. That’s ultra-modern production, efficient but not enough to make your heart flutter. Sure, there’s nothing wrong with being fast and accurate; it surely pays the bills. But old-fashioned printing harkens us to the days of face-to-face interaction, first-name basis recognition, the brick-and-mortar shop down the street, next to the other local businesses owned by people with whom you golf and attend the same

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