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I am working on updating my portfolio and I'm curious what formats
others use to present their work.
In the past I've carried paper copies in a bound portfolio to
interviews. Now it seems like the print doesn't do my work justice as
so much of it is HTML/web based. Would it be appropriate/advisable to
burn samples to a CD and leave it with an interviewer if nothing is
proprietary? I can post samples to my web site too, but I think an
interviewer would be more likely to look at the CD if I go to the
trouble of placing it in her hand. Or should I stick with the old
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