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Initial post: Nov 19, 2008 8:17:51 AM PST
The long tail discusses the phenomenon of custom-design goods. I have used one of the sites mentioned - Lulu.com - extensively to make books. I have also used Spreadshirt to make t-shirts.

What's your favorite custom-design website?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 31, 2010 1:31:31 PM PDT
Brian T says:
I sell stock photography on iStockphoto. Love it. I don't make millions, but I make a nice little bit of spending money every month. Before the internet, I would've had to rely on the occasional commission, do my own advertising, etc. The company also has arrangements with a U.K. based printing company called Moo that has changed the way people can access printing services for the better, and without trying to run printers out of business.

Posted on Aug 31, 2010 2:29:57 PM PDT
Brian -- that's great. I recently heard that Flickr now allows users to sell their photos (via a partnership with Getty Images), as well.
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