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Monday, November 19, 2012

Tap Blog offers print.

I worked out a way to print each post as Chris requested by putting a print key at the foot of every post.  You can now print posts if you have a printer connected to your device.  I won't know where these prints will go.  It would be nice to hear if anyone does print off posts and distribute them, and how they go down.

I can't see any way to charge people for reading or printing, as another commenter suggested.  Nor do I want to do so.

The only thing I need money for is to buy books.  The books that make the best sources are invariably expensive.  The Ringmakers of Saturn by Norman Bergrun, which I fancy for example costs about $2500 each copy, as does The Saturn Myth by David Talbot.

I would love to read these books, but can't see my way to raising the $5000 just this month!  If I put a donate key for funding books and publications on the blog, it would help keep the blog up with the best.  I am sure readers would understand and would want access to the same information as I do.

Maybe a donate key should come next.  Or maybe not.....

Anonymous writes -

Save yourself a few quid.

http://www.patrickcrusade.org/pdf_files-2/Ringmakers%20of%20Saturn%20-%20Norman%20R.%20Bergrun.pdf

Anonymous -

Talbot was inspired by Velikowsky.

Velikowsky archive contains what this great thinker thought about Saturn (and other planatary myths).

The content in 'In the Beginning' is the book Velkowsky allued to in Worlds in Collision. But was never published due to the backlash.

Well work a read.

http://www.varchive.org/itb/index.htm

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Save yourself a few quid.

http://www.patrickcrusade.org/pdf_files-2/Ringmakers%20of%20Saturn%20-%20Norman%20R.%20Bergrun.pdf

Anonymous said...

Free Firefox add-on allows you to print web pages to PDF format.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/printpdf/

Tapestry said...

Thanks for those.

Anonymous said...

Latest versions of Chrome has PDF output inherently built-in.

You can even delete out adverts, banners, and what-not.

Tapestry said...

Is that better than what I've got? Let's try what I've got for now, and see if people like it, or not.

Anonymous said...

Google Chrome is just another web browser, my personal opinion is that Firefox is overall more advanced but that poticular functionality mentioned above sounds better than the Firefox alternative pluggin. The PDF print on this blog is also very useful.

Anonymous said...

Talbot was inspired by Velikowsky.

Velikowsky archive contains what this great thinker thought about Saturn (and other planatary myths).

The content in 'In the Beginning' is the book Velkowsky allued to in Worlds in Collision. But was never published due to the backlash.

Well work a read.

http://www.varchive.org/itb/index.htm

Tapestry said...

HETT, are you working on anything these days?