Firstly this is only going to work for pages that contain only text or other content that can be printed with a white ink. It's going to need to be printed on an offset press where they can use a white spot colour ink. Even then there is a good chance that the ink isn't going to be super bright white, without having to lay down a lot of ink with a very high pigment content, I guess you will be looking at a Titanium oxide based pigment.
If you are going to use this for a printed portfolio book then I think you would be best to keep this for the cover, with only the logo printed on it. If you used a logo as suggested in the other thread, then that would look good in white on black, with just a small title added. I guess you could use white on black paper within the book, as section breaks or the like, but it is really going to push up the price you are going to pay for a one or two copy book.
I would also suggest having the logo in reverse, so that you can use it in black on white mode too. I'm sure the black on white option will also work. Given that the logo consists of only letter forms, I would consider using them to create a font. I suggested a way of doing the letter D, and sticking to that system would make the other letters with curves relatively easy to figure out. Since you don't actually need to use every symbol/letter form in a font I would probably just create the capital letter options, you could always just use a small caps type option to define the lower case letters too. You then have your distinctive style to use in key locations. You could for example use it titles and headings in all of your documents and leaflets etc.