Geoffrey Long
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Why we don't print websites.

So there's this huge client project I've been working on part-time for over two years now, which has finally been handed off to a proofreader. I printed the whole thing late last night and dropped it off to her this morning in a big fat box. Keeping in mind that I'm using CSS to turn off almost all the navigation elements and extraneous images whenever a page in this site is printed, thinking of that box makes me feel better about the sheer amount of time I've spent on this baby.

The site, when printed, clocked in at somewhere over seven hundred and fifty pages.

That's over a ream and a half of paper, and a ton of toner. Dang.

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