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24 November 2010 at 8:16 am 6 comments

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Prahalad Conference Professors Respond to Incentives

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  • 1. gabrielrossman  |  24 November 2010 at 1:49 pm

    very interesting links, thanks.

    didja notice that the first one is impossible to print? this has been driving me crazy for about an hour now — reading through the wget manual, etc.

  • 2. Peter Klein  |  24 November 2010 at 2:28 pm

    Not sure what you mean about printing — which file/page are you having trouble with?

  • 3. gabrielrossman  |  24 November 2010 at 5:46 pm

    sorry, i meant the fourth link — to bussinessesgrow.com . it just doesn’t print. i even tried using wget to copy the page to disk keeping only the html and png but didn’t work. i even looked for the common html tags that suppress printing but they weren’t there. the only way i could get it to print was to save the full webpage to disk and then open it in a word processor.

    anyway, i saved the text using “lynx -dump [url] > foo.txt” so it’s not a big deal, but still very strange.

    again, on the substance of it very good round of links.

  • 4. Peter Klein  |  24 November 2010 at 6:38 pm

    Nerd show-off! :)

  • 5. Mark William Schaefer  |  24 November 2010 at 6:47 pm

    Gabriel — I am the author of the article. I just switched to a new web deisgn this week and printing the article is not intuitive. I will have to change that!

    Here’s an easy way to do it. On the top of the article. Click on comments. Now scroll to the end of the article. You will see a little symbol on the right hand side called “livefyre.” Right above that is a prompt to “print article.” It works really well.

    Peter – Thanks for inclusing me in this round-up!

  • 6. gabrielrossman  |  25 November 2010 at 12:19 pm

    mark,

    thanks for both your response to the technical matter and writing an interesting piece in the first place.

    if i may make one suggestion, the version of the page created by your print button should include at the very top the date, title, and URL. the last will not only provide information to the reader but drive traffic back to your site.

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