Condé Nast and HP announced they’re going to partner on a project that will let readers skip the mailing lag and print their own magazines on demand — from their home printers:

The Condé Nast pilot program will feature print-to-home services for subscribers to schedule the delivery of content from their favorite brands – such as Allure, Details, Epicurious, Glamour, Golf Digest, Self, and Wired – directly to their personal printers. … With scheduled delivery to HP web-connected printers using HP print tools, publishers can reach readers more frequently than with print magazines and more tangibly than via email.

—See10,000 Words for the rest of the article.

Condé Nast and HP announced they’re going to partner on a project that will let readers skip the mailing lag and print their own magazines on demand — from their home printers:

The Condé Nast pilot program will feature print-to-home services for subscribers to schedule the delivery of content from their favorite brands – such as Allure, Details, Epicurious, Glamour, Golf Digest, Self, and Wired – directly to their personal printers. … With scheduled delivery to HP web-connected printers using HP print tools, publishers can reach readers more frequently than with print magazines and more tangibly than via email.

—See10,000 Words for the rest of the article.

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    Hm. I’m not very optimistic about this.
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