I agree totally - Let them eat cake!
On short notice:
1 Down: Opposite of tame
2 Across: Unwanted paper
3 Across: To get on someone's nerves (slang)
4 Down: A masculine explicitive
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Maybe it is unwise to take financial advice from the financially challenged
Good night ya'll
Maybe it is unwise for a retiree on a pension to try to do this. Especially alone!
Originally Posted by Photo Engineer
Lucky you have a pension!
But, you're not alone.
I think there are two worldwide accepted ways to manufacture something.
First , American way , let a boss decide the colors of cars and produce them and blow in your hand.
Second , japanese way , production on demand
Third , after Japan blowed off , sell everything at a digital form with a digital payment.
Ron , If APUG ers are your only customers , sell the book via APUG as a download file.
It will cheap for you and for us.
To write a book is the result of investing your life in it. Every book comes in same way. So your book is not different from others . I will never be able to invest photography more than 200 dollars and American Economy is falling , so expensive books will not sell.
Lower the price make reachable to audience and the market.
Earn from the demand , not from the price. China sells a motorcycle for African Roads for 350 dollars , an Yamaha copy Tenor Sax for 125 dollars and You are thinking to sell your book for 100 dollars.
Many alternative people , BW people will buy it to search for a new idea. If the book comes expensive , they turn to alternative sources. I can now download millions of books from internet free.
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What, in God's gray Earth, is "blow in your hand"? Or is this something that I would rather not know?:whistling?
It's a new way of putting it...
Originally Posted by wildbillbugman
Well, I now have the master copy of the book and the DVDs to go out for duplication and editing!
I hope to give out 4 - 5 copies next week or the week after to friends.
Glad to hear it's looking ready - I look forward to seeing a final price and delivery options. Might ask for a copy (or disk) for my stocking this year.
Considering the amount of knowledge you have, the time you've put in, and the expense to you, around $100 seems like a fair price. I say go for color unless the color doesn't add much. I don't know how the graphics have been designed so I don't know how well they hold up in B&W or in gray.
A PDF version would be great too, if you could figure a way to not have to worry about it being passed around for free. PDF's are easily searchable.