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walking papers lives (tecznotes)
"The project is most particularly inspired by Aaron Cope of Flickr and Ben / Russell / Tom at Really Interesting Group, whose Papercamp / Papernet and Things Our Friends Have Written On The Internet 2008 help all this post-digital, medieval technology make sense. " Good company.
rig  pgram016  newspaperclub  paper  postdigital 
june 2009 by benterrett
A palimpsest for a place: The Incidental at Salone Di Mobile 2009 « Magical Nihilism
"We were clearly riffing on the work done by our friends at the RIG" feel free to riff any time you like.
rig  pgram016  paper  papercamp  mattjones  schulzeandwebb  milan09 
april 2009 by benterrett
Eye blog » Revival! preview. Speed-dating, craft, obsessive photography and The DFC
"Ben Terrett and Russell Davies of the Really Interesting Group discuss the rationale behind their almost perverse project to put into print only material generated online." Eye Magazine. Grrrr.
eye  magazines  stbrides  conference  rig  pgram016 
april 2009 by benterrett
Sweeble: Prices
Newsletter printing prices.
pgram016 
april 2009 by benterrett
printweek.com | Latest Print Industry News, Jobs, Features, Product Reviews, Used Printing and Packaging Machinery
"On top of that, the 7000 may find additional applications in the on-demand books and magazine markets. The latter, in particular, might be considered uncharted territory for digital, but Stabler believes that there is a market with magazines of run lengths of 7,000 or less."
newspaper  pgram016  hp  indigo 
april 2009 by benterrett
H.P. Lowers Bar for Printing Glossy Color Magazines - NYTimes.com
“We are trying to experiment with these new types of business models,” Mr. Bolwell said. - Mr Bolwell I shall be giving you a call.
hp  indigo  newspaper  magazines  pgram016 
march 2009 by benterrett
Instapaper (analogue edition) (blog.thoughtwax.com)
Things I Would Rather Read On Paper - via lots of people, but Russell first.
pgram016  paper  postdigital  tangibledigital  instapaper  lulu  futureofthebook 
march 2009 by benterrett
NSPCC shelves quarterly magazine - Third Sector
An NSPCC spokesman said: "We have put Your Family into cold storage for the next year as a way of cutting costs during the recession. The magazine is not part of our business plan for 2009, but exploring other distribution models certainly is, and we plan to relaunch the title after a year."
magazines  pgram016 
march 2009 by benterrett
BBC NEWS | World | Americas | Crisis in the US newspaper industry
"Professor Henry warns that this could cause problems of its own.

"What happens if journalism must depend for its survival solely on the altruism of rich people, whose own special interests may invariably sway coverage?"

His faculty is experimenting with a new business model. "
newspaper  rig  pgram016  deadtreepress  newyorktimes  creditcrunch  businessmodels  reallyinterestinggroup 
february 2009 by benterrett
Programme info for Revival: St Bride Library
Lots of very good people speaking here (David Pearson, Officina Tipográfica São Paulo, Kath & Julia, Yulia Brodskaya) and err, us.
vanity  rig  pgram016  print  stbrides  russelldavies  reallyinterestinggroup 
february 2009 by benterrett
Reasons to Prefer Print Over Online Publishing
Aaron Cope's papernet concept → PaperCamp → BookCamp → Marks and Meaning → Russell Davies' 'new schtick' → Ben Terrett's 'Things Our Friends Have Written on the Internet' project
rig  vanity  pgram016  paper  deadtreepress  projects  future  punkagram  reallyinterestinggroup 
february 2009 by benterrett
J. Friedrich: Mailbox Surprise: Depth
"A month and a half ago (or so) I threw my name and address on a form on some site that had something that looked interesting. After entering the requisite details, I remember thinking to myself "Hm, it's coming from the UK. Doubt it'll get here."
Yesterday in my mailbox along with some cheap Chinese electronics there was a biggish envelope with stamps that said "45p". Hm, what's this? It was my copy of Things Our Friends Have Written On the Internet 2008. Number 800 out of a run of 1000, to be exact."
vanity  rig  deadtreepress  pgram016  reallyinterestinggroup 
february 2009 by benterrett
Mysterious Happenings In My Letterbox
"It’s a beautiful idea, and done so well Thank you Russell and Ben for doing this, and also for shipping a copy one all the way down to New Zealand!"
vanity  rig  pgram016  newzealand  reallyinterestinggroup 
february 2009 by benterrett
in forming thoughts » Blog Archive » print vs online
"hearing about Ben Tennett’s project Things Our Friends Have Written on the Internet, where he selected blog posts and published them as a newspaper, made me think about the things that i prefer to read in print."
pgram016  vanity  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
The Distant Librarian: New media into old
"Imagine tagging blog posts during the week or month and saving them to delicious. On Sunday morning, delivered to your house would be a newspaper containing the text of all those blog posts. I would pay good money for something like that!" And we would happily accept good money.
pgram016  rig  vanity  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
279 x 432 of pure loveliness | We Make Mags
"One of the designers, Ben Terett, has a blog that’s worth the read." Indeed.
pgram016  rig  vanity  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
Being Beta: Commercial: The Really Interesting newspaper
Valid points. Although it's not edited because we didn't edit it. Likewise, we're not trying to be a newspaper.
rig  pgram016  betarish  vanity  writing  deadtreepress  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
keeyool.com | Always finding treasures on Flickr...
"I found the above photo with a lot of people commenting about this newspaper/newsletter on select internet writings from techno-artists-designers"
vanity  rig  pgram016  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
things magazine: an online journal about objects and meanings
"Also capturing the moment, but in another way.Things Our Friends Have Written on the Internet 2008 captures the passing ephemera and text of the weblog world and translates it, effortlessly, into a desirable package"
pgram016  vanity  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
visual attitudes // blog / reducing enemies
"he describes his idea of good graphic design as follows: "To me this is what good design is about, reducing the enemies."What means in a way keeping things simple – in this case by chosing one font for the whole publication but implementing the finesse through little variations in the detail"
pgram016  vanity  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
What I Read Today « Mostly on McSweeney’s!
"I got a copy of this last week, and it circulated at Paper/Bookcamp; Ben’s discussion of his design choices is fascinating. This is already one of my favourite things of 2009."
pgram016  vanity  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
kottke.org - Things Our Friends Have Written On The Internet 2008
"But damn, is that thing beautiful or what? You don't even need the physical artifact to see that much. The simple but playful design is just right."
vanity  rig  pgram016  kottke  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
Masthead Online Blogs - Dream Job TK
"Print is not the internet and the internet is not print. Put in the effort to make print enjoyable, to make it an experience unlike another, and readers will stick around."
rig  pgram016  deadtreepress  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
Here Not There - Things Our Friends Have Written on the Internet...
"Super nice looking format and I’m feeling creator Ben Terrett’s quote, “2009 feels like a year for printing and making real stuff in the real world. It’s going to be exciting."
pgram016  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
Four short links: 12 Jan 2009 - O'Reilly Radar
"a very classy compilation of favourite blog posts and Tweets, assembled into a tabloid-sized newspaper with tastefully typesetting"
pgram016  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
I like: New paper
"smart, considered, quirky, intelligent, and it looks beautiful"
rig  pgram016  ilike  deadtreepress  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
magCulture.com / editorial design
"A simple idea, beautifully executed" Praise indeed, praise indeed.
jeremyleslie  deadtreepress  pgram016  rig  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
2009 is going to be Really Interesting « TEST
"they have the chance to play with scale - Matt Jones’ image of a rocket at NASA gets the centrespread" "the entire twitter stream from @marsphoenix, printed over 4 pages with just three tweets highlighted in red... There’s something very elegaic about this sequence"
pgram016  mattlocke  rig  punkagram  reallyinterestinggroup 
january 2009 by benterrett
Chris Heathcote: anti-mega: usquebae
A spime bottle of whisky with it's own flickr account. Odd. Interesting. Odd.
whisky  glenfiddich  spime  punkagram  chrisheathcote  pgram016 
october 2008 by benterrett
Mark Simonson Studio / Notebook: Mad Men, Mad Props
All the (wrong) type from Mad Men. Lovely post. Via DO.
madmen  typography  tv  nice  good  pgram016 
october 2008 by benterrett
Pixar's tightknit culture is its edge - (37signals)
"If you create a culture like that, who would want to leave? Plus, you’ll get the best minds out there knocking on your door to get in."
pixar  culture  internal  comms  punkagram  talent  good  people  pgram016 
july 2008 by benterrett
Design Observer
"Not until I know I'm not wasting my time!" From the minute Don launched his this-meeting-is-over bluff, I was on the edge of my seat, and my lovely wife Dorothy will tell you that I literally clapped my hands at that line. For me, this sequence is as clo
michaelbierut  madmen  sopranos  pitch  advertising  agency  tv  1960  pgram016 
july 2008 by benterrett
welcome to optimism: aiming for a 40 hour work week
"if you employed all of these tactics your colleagues would very quickly come to the conclusion that you were being a total cock" Neil Christie, the world's number one blogging CEO. Very funny post.
funny  good  time  agency  book  pgram016 
may 2008 by benterrett
Jan Chipchase - Future Perfect: Lolita, Perched on the Bed
"Hence giving names to otherwise inanimate objects. Laptops = Names beginning with L." Jan is a project management genius.
project  nokia  office  agency  future  pgram016 
may 2008 by benterrett
How To Write A Novel Using The Snowflake Method
"I claim that that's how you design a novel -- you start small, then build stuff up until it looks like a story."
snowflake  punkagram  pgram016 
may 2008 by benterrett
Be Good
"Make something people want. Don't worry too much about making money. What you've got is a description of a charity." Sound good. MUST READ.
agency  future  collaborative  punkagram  toread  pgram016 
may 2008 by benterrett
napkin vs. towel (tecznotes)
"This is the post where I say pessimistic things about sustainability and sustainable design, Bruce Mau be damned." Via RD.
toread  sustainability  pgram016 
january 2008 by benterrett

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