From The Huffington Post:
Print-on-demand (POD) books could soon be everywhere, according to a major announcement made today.
On Demand, the makers of the POD Espresso Book Machine currently installed in fewer than a hundred bookstores nationwide, have announced new partnerships with Eastman Kodak and ReaderLink Distribution Services.
Under the arrangement, the company’s POD technology will be made available to retailers who have Kodak Picture Kiosks, currently installed in 105,000 locations according to Publishers Weekly, including drugstores and supermarkets.
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“You should be able to walk into a store, pick a title, [and then] pick it up after you’re done shopping,” he told The Huffington Post on the telephone from their New York headquarters. “We like to think of this as digital-to-print in retail locations.”
Link to the rest at The Huffington Post