So, being that I have yet to acquire a printer of my very own, I am forced to go down to Kinkos. For some time now, their online printing service
has given me nothing but trouble and I've merely attached the print jobs to an email. Recently, this has become less of an option (upgraded spam filters strip them), though I am most perplexed by something else entirely. Just this afternoon, I spoke with one of the copy-monkeys and he refused to print my documents on the grounds of copyright infringement.... They've been printing whatever my heart desired for several months, so why change now?
To point, the documents in question are covered under the Open Game License
, owned by me in Acrobat format for the express purpose of printing off required pages (for personal use only), and Kinkos is well aware of said issues.
Or so I thought.
The clerk's explanation was that he was unable to print any copyrighted material because they'd make a profit from doing so, and therefor I would have to come down and print it from a self-serve computer terminal. I see that as a poorly-veiled policy for price-gouging, seeing as how the difference in price is nearly $.30/page, and I said as much.
Oh, all-knowing DPers, how can I print OGL material for personal use with both b&w and color options?
Optimally, I'd also be able to use cardstock, but that's not entirely necessary right now.
Go through a smaller print company?
The local library doesn't do color, though I'll try that for the b&w documents as a last resort.
Our trusty university computer labs, perhaps? (would I need a username?)
Clue me, pretty please! Time is of the essence!