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    Portfolio Question. Hard copy VS digital copy???

    Ok Im finishing up my portfolio to send in to DigiPen. Im abit late on getting it for abunch of reasons, but I wont get into that.

    DigiPen accepts portfolios on CDs and Hardcopies. My question is, is there something more impresive about having an actual hard copy of a portfolio vs the digital version? I was thinking that having something solid to hold in your hands and flip through may be prefered over digital images that you have to click on...

    What do you guys say? Hard copy or CD?
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