Re: Environment statement after copyright

Subject: Re: Environment statement after copyright
From: Pat Anderson <panders -at- AW -dot- SGI -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 13:03:21 -0400

I realize I've used a term not everyone's familiar with.

A colophon is a page at the back of a book that usually provides
information about the paper, fonts, and printer -- not used a whole lot
these days, although here's (a rather lengthy) one from a book I have
sitting here (please forgive any typographical errors -- they are mine, not
the book's):

Designed, typeset, printed, and bound by R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company.

Text was set and pages output by ComCom, the R.R. Donnelley composition
facility located in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

The body typeface is 11/12 pt. Bulmer. Images were scanned and proofed on
state-of-the-art equipment in the Crawfordsville, Indiana, Book
Manufacturing Division electronic prepress center.

Maps were created by GeoSystems of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Electronic information was converted into press-ready plates using
computer-to-plate technology.

The book was printed and bound in the Crawfordsville Book Manufacturing

Paper stock is 50-pound White Lakeside Classics Opaque, a 50-percent
recycled sheet manufactured by Glatfelter.

Cloth for the one-piece case binding is Roxite C Vellum Chocolate Brown,
manufactured by Holliston Mills, Inc.


Pat Anderson,
Documentation Manager
Alias|Wavefront, an SGI Company
(416) 362-8558 ext. 8375
panders -at- aw -dot- sgi -dot- com

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