[JPL] Print the --- ---- running times already! What about CDs with no pr...

Maurice Hogue onemansjazz at shaw.ca
Tue Nov 8 18:25:02 EST 2011

As it so happens I just received something from a group in
Australia called Origami. You can guess what the packaging
looks like. It's so pretty I don't want to unfold it.  It's a kind
of flattened spiral that when you unfold it, I guess it opens
straight up.

No spine here, but the titles are on the back with the times,
black print on white paper.

Very classy, pretty expensive probably, but hell to store on
a shelf.

I think I'll put it under my pillow.

Maurice Hogue
One Man's Jazz

At 05:30 PM 11/8/2011 -0500, you wrote:

>This seems to be a growing trend, the elimination of jewel boxes (spines)
>for cardboard "envelopes". It will be interesting to see how this plays  out.
>In a message dated 11/8/2011 4:49:03 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
>MitchellFeldmanAssociates at Comcast.net writes:
>I have  for the first time in my radio promotion career received from a
>client - much  to my surprise and chagrin - a CD that he had manufactured
>without an artist's  name and CD title clearer printed on a spine as there 
>even a  spine.
>I'm curious what programmers do with CDs like that - i.e. ones  that are
>too thin to be filed a found in a stack of  recordings.
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