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Blurb Roadshow: The London Edition
14 Jun 2016

Blurb Roadshow: The London Edition

We’ve hit the road to join the great, global conversations about books, photography, and art. The Blurb Roadshow was launched in the fall of September 2015 with the goal of connecting with our community on the ground, in person, face-to-face, while creating really unique events and experiences. We traveled to over 10 cities, met with hundreds of customers and partners, and hosted dozens upon dozens...

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How to Choose the Right Kind of Ebook
09 Jun 2016

How to Choose the Right Kind of Ebook

Imagine you’ve just finished your beautiful book in BookWright and are about to upload it. You’ve selected the perfect cover types and paper and would like to create an ebook as well. But which kind of ebook is right for your project? Fixed-layout, reflowable, or even PDF? In this post, I’ll talk about the differences between Blurb’s digital options and why you might want to...

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The Need to Record
08 Jun 2016

The Need to Record

Occasionally someone asks me why I make pictures. It’s a great question, and one that I’ve answered before, but sometimes I like to retreat back to the face value of that question and make sure I’m still on the up and up. Still speaking the truth. Still have a valid reason. The question typically doesn’t come from a casual angle. The question typically comes from...

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Bikes and Books: Our Amsterdam Roadshow Recap
07 Jun 2016

Bikes and Books: Our Amsterdam Roadshow Recap

The Blurb Road Show (the spring edition) kicked off in April in Amsterdam. It’s a city we’ve long wanted to visit—and not for the reasons you might think. No, we wanted to hang out with a creative community nurtured in the world of Rembrandt and Vincent Van Gogh. Once we figured out that bikes literally come from every direction—a tough lesson when you’re jet lagged—we...

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Summer Activities for Kids: Make a Magazine
06 Jun 2016

Summer Activities for Kids: Make a Magazine

It’s been a while since I’ve had summer vacation—a long while, really—but I still remember those endless days flowing off into oblivion when I was kid. Too hot to go outside, my sister and I whiled away our time watching cable television, which was the big new thing in the ’80s. Now kids can waste their time on screens big and small, outside or in....

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