So here’s the problem. I like to print out long PDF articles to read offline. I print them out with two pages on a single sheet of paper.
It drives me crazy that most of the paper is white. I’ve got a complete history of printing on every page. There’s some whitespace for the binding. There some whitespace for the crack of the bound book. there’s some white space for the frame that holds the racks of little carved letters. I suspect there’s whitespace where the pages will get trimmed. There’s even some whitespace for the graphic designer’s love of whitespace. But really I’d like to read the text and it’s getting pretty small!
There must be some tool out there for gleaning off all that whitespace and sending it those less fortunate.
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