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As a journalist, Brett Rutherford covered more than three decades of changes in publishing, printing and the graphic arts. The era of Gutenberg is ending, and within a matter of years, ink-on-paper will no longer be the dominant method of communications. Much of his writing for the trade journals has documented this remarkable transition. The sad part is that the vast, complex industry, full of craftsmanship and tradition, that he found on arriving in New York City, is virtually gone now. The artists and designers have all the fun, and the printers just put dots on paper.


 
 

Version 2.0 Updated October 10, 2020

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