The SSRN just sent out a notice that it now offers bound editions of any of its articles, and you can accumulate several or many and have them bound together.
Every man his own publisher! This seems to be the way things are going.
It’s been the way at the Mises Wiki for months. With 800 articles and counting, there are many people who could benefit from printed and bound versions of the content. This is now possible with a click or two. You can drag and drop for ordering, and the software does the rest: cover page, copyright, editor, table of contents. Then you can send it for binding and it will arrive in a matter of days. This has blurred the lines between digital and physical, hasn’t it? What’s a book? It’s what you might make in the next few minutes.