From: John Foust <jfoust_at_threedee.com>
Date: Thu Jul 29 10:25:15 1999

At 10:31 PM 7/28/99 -0400, William Donzelli wrote:
>You may not have to think about trying to sell every last CD pressed. A
>few years back, a friend had 500 CDs made (the pressing of the disks,
>jewel cases, and full color insert/back) for something like $1100. The
>price may have gone down since then. At $15/each, it would not take long
>to get back the original investment.

It's that kind of thinking that leads to stock rooms full of
CDs you can't sell fast enough, like the one I had in the basement
until I unloaded them at a price that barely covered the cost
of my investment.

For heaven's sake, CD-Rs make much more sense. If your CD-R fails,
get another copy from Tim or someone else.

- John
Received on Thu Jul 29 1999 - 10:25:15 BST

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