On Fri, 24 Jul 1998 15:38:40 -0700 "Diego A. Mayer-Cantu" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>Several close friends of mine are interns at Xerox PARC, and they have
>me of a device
>they have there which reproduces books in their entirety. One simply
>a book into the machine, and the machine scans and prints every single
>and then binds the pages into a new book. (this is all done at very high
>speed btw). The technology is clearly here, all we need to do now is
>it readily available to the public :P
Yes, this is mentioned in this month's _Wired_, as well.
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