Monday, March 26, 2007

Print or Digital?


Chris' new book "Crack Heads", a collection of vintage doll heads will be released in June. But how? That's where you come in. A Urban Prairie {Survey}...How should the book be released? In a traditional print form, or in digital format? Do you like to curl up on the couch and turn the pages of a actual paper filled book, or would you like to sit at your laptop and drink a cup of java while clicking through a colorful cd? We'd like to hear your thought. Every person who casts a vote will be entered in a drawing to win a FREE copy - in what ever format prevails. Please comment below or email chris@urbanprairie.net, subject: Print or Digital?

13 comments:

Joan Ellis said...

Print, please!

Missy said...

I'm an old-fashioned girl...print.

Thanks,
Missy

kansasrose said...

another dinosaur here...PRINT to have and hold! :)

Linda Woods said...

Print, definitely.

paris parfait said...

Nothing beats print.

LoneStarScarlett said...

Print---to keep forevah!!!

tami b said...

Print, absolutely!

Lisa Hoffman said...

I am a Tree Hugger.
I LOVE the printed word....how about on recycled material?
I vote for the Real thing...
ooxx
recycled-recycled-recycled...
Lisa H.

oldflowers4me said...

darling boy, if you had to ask me, i would dearly love the book, i would fight my best friends to look at it,i would sit at home and sip a champagne and just turn each page.

Jenny Holiday said...

As much as I adore my online eye candy....nothing will ever come close to PRINT! I NEED to cover my coffee table with current inspiration...open books, mags, paper mache rabbits, ribbons, a doll head or two,...I love to stare at my inspiration anytime of day...or walk room to room holding it.

nothing beats PRINT!!!

Cannot wait to hold crack heads in my hands!

xoxo Jenny

Tracey said...

Print!

jamaica said...

Printed for sure. The computer is a marvelous thing but it can't beat something real, something that you can hold in your hands. There is so much more to a book... the smell of the printing, the turning of the pages, the way the light hits the paper... it all adds to the emotion of reading a book.

jamaica

TheAuldMadCow said...

Oh paper, on paper!!
(it's not enough to 'look' good, it should 'feel good' too!)
Thanks for asking!
-Illoura