HP and Condé Nast are teaming up for a new initiative to fight declining sales: print your own magazines at home. The digital service, which will require an HP web-connected printer, delivers subscription magazines like Wired, Allure, and Glamour straight to your printer for instant printing whenever you want. Additionally, HP is rolling out an Instant Ink service, which automatically delivers ink to your home each month (in place of that magazine that used to get delivered to your mailbox) for prices ranging from $6 to $11 per month.
The downside to these programs? You'll spend way more on paper and ink than you would have for a yearly subscription to all of those magazines combined.
Would you print your own magazines at home instead of subscribing to them the "old fashioned" way?