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Scro
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« on: January 18, 2008, 08:17:08 PM »

You make an interesting point. I hadn't really thought about it, because my personal organizational system is something like 'stack all the RPGs on the desk/in the closet'. I don't really pay attention to the spines, because I go through it all top to bottom (there's not that much).

You've got me thinking though, because I just got done publishing my first game, and I opted for coil bound. While this obviously prohibits spine text/images, I like that it lays flat when open, unlike most traditional binding options. Maybe if I'm the only one, mine will stand out (It's the one with the coil deals!).
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David Artman
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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2008, 01:14:10 PM »

If it's any consolation to Larry, I so-much intend to have a spine that I've been noodling around with publication company names that include logotype that will look good on a spine (ex: the Z-D logo for Ziff-Davis books). I have already (mostly) settled on an equally spine-worthy logo for the GLASS library. And, hell, I use an anagram game, which converts nicely to vertical type! I'm spine-committed, baby! All in!
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