CafePress, which lets anyone design and sell their own shirts, mugs, and other swag, is getting into print-on-demand books, comic books, and audio.
I bought a UserLand coffee mug from them recently. Their prices are steep because everything's made to order, but the book service sounds promising. "If you know how to format, we'll print it with no fee," says a company founder.
I just realized what the book service means: as soon as it comes out, people will get copies of their weblogs they can leave on the coffeetable.
It's not a bad idea, though I wonder which weblogs will be remotely interesting in that format.