Well, I haven't done this for awhile, it's sorta fun to see who else is writing about prepress and offset printing.
Hey, do consultants in prepress really add value or not? The B4Print forum has a thread on the value of hiring consultants.
The very useful prepressure blog by Laurens has a dictionary of prepress terms. We will now link to the letter P section which describes such terms as page description language and parallax.
What do you when your equipement in the shop starts spewing ink in all the wrong places? Well, according to poor Richard, you should finesse it with a sledgehammer.
Are you looking for a good DVD ripper for your Mac? Of course you are. There's a post over at the prepress forum of software robotics on a good DVD ripper.
Last, but not least, a plug for a product advertised in my blog:
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