From: Pahrump, Nevada
Lauren and Heide, we need to do lunch!
Too bad we're all so far away. There are so many fun stories of the good (??) old days of graphics before computers. Your concert program story reminds me of a mailer we did for a local casino. This thing went out to 30,000 senior citizens. Remember how you had to make a folding dummy to indicate to the printer which way things would print? Well, this mailer was around 7x10 , folded once in the middle. At the bottom end, inside, were 2 dollar coupons for free play, side by side across the width. Their backs were supposed to be blank when detached, because they were on the other side of the mailing half. The headline, on the front and across the top, said: "Get a Buck Off!" Well. The printer printed the thing head to toe, so that when you detached the coupons, instead of the back being blank, one of them said "uck Off!" That was the cause of much hilarity in the art department, and much anguish in account services. But I think they got'em reprinted for free...
Music is the space between the notes.