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Don't sweat it, Sean. As someone who knows what you got dinged for, has
seen your published output, and does the same exact thing (minus the
hard covers), I can honestly say that the people who judged your entry
didn't know what they were talking about. The point of getting an award
is moot, but the comments, well, they clearly indicate a complete lack
of understanding on part of your local STC judges of how monochrome
press (and single-sourcing) works.
Information Design & Development Professional
wswallow -at- nycap -dot- rr -dot- com
::: -----Original Message-----
::: I got dinged heavily in an STC competition for something
::: which indicates
::: the panel of judges really do not understand printing
::: processes and am
::: wondering how prevalent printed deliverables still are in our
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