[Northkeep] Thoughts from a "Noob"
steldr at cox.net
Mon Mar 1 06:30:34 PST 2010
Well, and several of us can run copies at work and I can use the comb binder
here at work if we come up with enough material to have more than just a
stapled booklet. We would just need to purchase a box of
combs...........fairly inexpensive......probably could get a
----- Original Message -----
From: "Montega" <montega at gmail.com>
To: "The Barony of Northkeep" <northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2010 8:47 AM
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] Thoughts from a "Noob"
Sounds fine to me. I am wondering if we will get stopped on it as far
as cost goes? I believe my office has a monthly allocation. Reeve?
Looks like some of the pages on the Ansteorran site needs to be
updated, so maybe the new version can be added as well as a booklet
being made. Does anyone out there have any idea what the cost of
publishing a handbook would be?
On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 8:14 AM, Marc Carlson <marccarlson20 at hotmail.com>
> I realize I should have been more clear in my reasons why I made the
> suggestion that we could compile such articles into a booklet.
> The first is that the Saga is always hurting for articles, and it occurred
> to me that with the very nice list of suggestions for articles we have
> been presented with, it might help give direction to people who otherwise
> might not have any idea of what they might write about. People could look
> at the list and say "Hey, I can write about that!"
> Second, while you are absolutely correct that such articles already exist,
> and yes, this would be in effect, re-inventing the wheel, articles we
> wrote wouldn't be under copyright to people far away, and that broadens
> our options for what the barony might be able to do with them. It also
> offers the opportunity to add an Ansteorran spin to SCAisms and customs
> (for example, a glossary that lists your office as a "Gold Key" isn't
> really very helpful to someone from around here).
> Finally, I had thought that ultimately it might be of a little use to your
> office, since people are far more responsive to a booklet they could be
> handed than simply being expected to look it up on the web. Some new folks
> might be willing to go to that effort, others won't.
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