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    I agree with Chromis.
    Just take alook at some of the posts on the ATT site.

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    I don't think he used any unique printing techniques like this (indented stuff, glow-in-the-dark, etc...) because the employees at the printing house would have to know about it - they'd have an unfair advantage.

    Along similar lines, MS likely proofread the book himself, as otherwise he'd have to ignore the editor/proofreader if they wanted to change something important to the puzzle. The act of ignoring a proposed change would tell them they were on to something significant.

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    You are correct MD..I work in the printing field ( not with books tho) and there are special inks that when you touch them, the heat from your hand reveal something, or take away something. So the people that printed the books would know exactly where those spots would be.

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    As with any contest, game of skill etc., there are legal disclosure issues which would prevent anyone involved in the process from doing certain things.

    1) Any family members, employees, producers, and such, would be exempt from participating in the search. That would include printing company employees.

    2) Anyone responsible for disclosing information which would give persons unfair advantage would probably be held liable for their actions.
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