Is there an easy way to present prints to the public (from flea markets to more formal)? My query involves this: I was thinking of buying some high quality acid-free 'card' stock, then folding a sheet and cleanly cutting a rectangle on the front to make a quick window 'mat'. Also, I would like to receive affirmation on the use of Scotch (3M) Double Stick Removable Poster Tape or acid-free glue sticks and let that be that. Is this a 'disaster'? There is so much dire warning about unsafe materials that I think, perhaps, this fear mongering has been 'done to death'. Today, even standard copy paper does not yellow with time and I think that the improvement with even ordinary office materials just might not be so much of an issue, unlike when I was a kid in the 50s when Scotch tape would yellow in a matter of weeks. I am not Ansel Adams but I would like to know that a few decades will not be unbearably unkind to my feeble attempts. Please, all, try to remember that even if a print is 'done' to archivable standards you still have airborne pollutants to contend with. The world is not an incubator. Please help separate 'trend' from fact for all of us. - David Lyga.