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Ubiquitous PDF: Walk in with two PDFs, walk out with a book

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The Espresso Book Machine was named by Time Magazine as ‘Invention of the Year’ but its creators have been slow to perfect and implement. Version 2.0, however, is now being rolled out in bookstores worldwide. The machine can be used to access hard to find titles not usually stocked by small bookstores — or you can bring along PDF files and make your own.

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Karl’s Corner: PDFs on a plane

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The latest rumblings and ramblings from BinaryThing CEO Karl De Abrew. This week, Karl talks DVT prevention and Snakes on a Plane.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Pin the ponytail on the party girl

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Are you getting stuck thinking of party games? Why not try Pin the Ponytail on the Party Girl? Jacci Howard Bear of About.com has been kind enough to provide both the party girl and the ponytail — as printable PDF templates, that is!

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National Cancer Institute treads Highwire for customized reporting

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Corda Technologies has announced that its web page to PDF conversion tool has been used by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to allow interested parties create customized versions of its biennial Cancer Trends Progress Report. Highwire can be used to quickly transform HTML Web pages into PDF documents. The product can also reformat documents during the conversion process, allowing for a more natural fit on the printed page.

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