At the Plex social event last week, Cindy Jutras, Frank Scavo and I found what we thought was a quiet corner to chat. Quiet other than a stream of folks posing for photos in all kids of wigs and streamers and in contorted poses. That I could ignore – but the geek in me could not ignore a funky looking printer.
So I went to look and it was actually a Martin Yale cutter and it was putting together old-style flip photo books. Amazing efficiency to keep up with that crowd – the video below explains the simplicity of the design which is also used to bulk process business cards. Newer models reduce the manual loading even more
Next thing we saw was Frank posing with headgear – he later sent us an email saying his granddaughter was amused with his flip book. The outside is pictured above.
The inside I have photos of and will use to blackmail Frank someday