Talk:Library binding

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Perhaps someone could start a subsection of Library Binding that discusses the impact of digitization projects on the binding of print materials.

Really?[edit]

This article states: "However, library bound books also benefit library patrons because they ensure that the volume in hand is complete, as well as to make the volumes easier to open and photocopy." If you've ever tried to photocopy an article from volume of "library bound" magazines, you know this just ain't true. It is almost impossible to get the book to open fully so that the first 1/2" or 1" nearest the spine doesn't disappear into a murky gray fog or smeared text. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 192.158.61.140 (talk) 17:29, 19 October 2010 (UTC)

text boxes[edit]

are these boxes in the article for a reason? are they being used to highlight certain parts of the text?

it seems to be arbitrary sections singled out, and i can't see a reason in the edit page. --Sensorsweep (talk) 20:02, 9 April 2013 (UTC)