Isn't the simple choice one of who pays for the catalog?  The advertisers
or the ticket buyers?  Why raise the costs of the tickets by the price of
the book?  That'd be another what? $25.00 maybe? Personally, I like ads
anyways, Gives a chance to see what's out there now.

In <01BCBD0C.137197C0.BobCozzi@ibm.net>, on 09/09/97 
   at 10:35 AM, Bob Cozzi <BobCozzi@ibm.net> said:

Actually, the advertisements in the conference guide were done to offset 
the enormous cost of that publication. When you print 6000 copies or so,
of  a document that size, you're talking many tens of thousands of
dollars. I'm  the number one fan of no advertising, but I think the
design of the TABs  and the placement of the ads are very well done.

Bob Cozzi

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