Is print dead, a place where words go to die? Or is print alive and
well, home to trillions and trillions of words that have been preserved
by the labours of a billion scribes? Dyed in the wool, magazine man John
Griffin, President of the National Geographic Society's magazine group
says print rocks. Print-editor-turned-blogger Jeff Jarvis of says ideas get trapped on pages and die. A blogger and a magazine exec . Is paper too one-way in an interactive world, or will the Web actually breathe new life into dead trees?
We still believe in print.
From the humble Z-fold pamphlet to the mighty tome and everything in
between. Bring us your world in words and pictures and we'll make it
come alive. Take a perfectly ordinary name and give it to an expert eye
to play with until you can't say Coca Cola without seeing it in red and
white. Then, just when you thought the fantasy was over, you taste its
brown fizz in your mouth.