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       worth ordering a copy of both of these.    In the meantime keep posting your
       Again there are loads of BPS members   pictures, and hashtagging #bpsuk, and
       on instagram: @semplepress,           follow me @katherineanteney . . . you’ll
       @redeelpress, @frauhaus1,             have to endure through the swimming
       @mr_carpathian, @redbuttonpress,      and tortoise photos but I promise you
       @leapvalleypress @mostlyfl at,         occasional letterpress/printmaking
       @jean.hillbrow to name just a few.    updates!
         There are all sorts of apps you can     The difference between @ and #
       download to help you edit photos and     @ means you are tagging a person.
       ‘regram’ other people’s photos.       Therefore if you wrote @semplepress
         Extra Type Fact: Instagram uses     in a tweet or post Rachel would know
       Proxima Nova for comments, bios, and   she had been mentioned. If you use
       followers/followings list?            the hashtag it means you are setting a
       Hopefully the BPS will have its own   little fl ag for people who are interested
       instagram account in the near future,   in those things. You can search for
       to which we will upload photos of     hashtags. So if you wrote #semplepress
       members’ work, although it’s still in the   in a post Rachel wouldn’t necessarily
       planning stages about how we do this.   see it unless she searched for it – but
       Perhaps at next years’ conference I’ll   it would get grouped in searches with
       be on hand to help people get set up if   any other photos that had the same
       they haven’t done it already.         hashtag.


                            Wanted - a new Editor
                                for Small Printer                B R I T I S H  ‡  P R I N T I N G  ‡  S O C I E T Y

                  B R I T I S H  ‡  P R I N T I N G  ‡  S O C I E T Y
          As you know, the magazine is a monthly publication. The main task of the Editor
            is to gather the material together, and check it for obvious errors like typos,
           spelling mistakes, grammatical inconsistencies (positioning of apostrophes is a
                                   particular bugbear).
             He or she then simply has to pass it on to the Design Editor, so no special
                     computer skills beyond word processing are involved.
             The position is for a period of three years. This gives time for the person to
           establish their own style, bearing in mind it is for a society who enjoy the art of
                                printing and its allied crafts.
          Any enquiry for further information regarding what is involved should be directed
                           towards the current Editor, Chris Green.
          Your application should be sent to the BPS Secretary, Peter Salisbury, at 4 Doran
              Drive, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6AX, or emailed to secretary@bpsnet.org.uk.



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