When I started Crown Point Press in 1962 my equipment was a typewriter and a hand-cranked etching press. I worked alone, printing the prints, helping artists make plates, and generally running things. Now, we have a staff of seven (Valerie Wade is our director), and we have computers, websites, and a gallery alongside our studio. Our business has been radically changed by technology, but our means of production has not changed. Artists still draw on copper plates, and printers still ink and print them by hand.