Well, yes, in fact! I have a buddy who is involved in Qoop, a very cool new company that makes print editions of online content. It’s still very much in beta, but one day he came ambling down my stairs with a big, bound copy of Searchblog, with all the posts from 2004 inside of it. It was really cool to see, and he asked if I would be something of a test case for his company. Why of course I would, I replied. So here you have it (I put a link to this on the left side of the page, it’ll stay there for as long as folks click on it). The price is a bit steep (a bit under $30 – I get about a third of that), but it has something like 100K words, all of them exceedingly wise, of course, and it’s an excellent example of one-off printing – no inventory, no backend warehouses, it’s online to print, and it’s direct. Think about this plus Google Print, for example. Or Flickr. Whoa. In that perspective, I’m honored to be a test case. Long tail, ho!