oh you’re lucky. I was East Coast. I didn’t know anybody who got big in computer business stuff, but I knew a lot of hacker types through BBS’ and things, names that would repeatedly show up in forums and stuff – same as here on Facebook really. My first print shop was in the mid-1980s and involved “The Print Shop” and meant making banners on loud dot matrix printers. So I was used to digital layout by the time I did the printshop work. I was really surprised to find out just how messy a real print shop was.

oh you’re lucky. I was East Coast. I didn’t know anybody who got big in computer business stuff, but I knew a lot of hacker types through BBS’ and things, names that would repeatedly show up in forums and stuff – same as here on Facebook really.
My first print shop was in the mid-1980s and involved “The Print Shop” and meant making banners on loud dot matrix printers.
So I was used to digital layout by the time I did the printshop work. I was really surprised to find out just how messy a real print shop was.
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