- The demise of GEON (or a eye-opener on private equity)
- Catalogues drive sales ‘up to 40%’ to prove print is still king
- Heidelberg to debut HundeHutte presses at Drupa (April 1)
- Kodak: more details emerge behind fall into Chapter 11
- The beginning of the end of printed mail . . . ?
- HP unveils B2 sheetfed Indigo as part of Drupa product line-up
- Don’t write off print media just yet
- Paper merchants raise prices amid “economic maelstrom”
- Possible forthcoming image deblurring function in PhotoShop (you MUST watch this!)
- Green warfare!
- Welcome to the Kainos Printing Blog
- What to do when the colour of your printed product just HAS to be perfect
- Printing companies take their environmental responsibilities seriously (part 1)
- What margins should my book have?
- Revolutionary new printing technology unveiled at Drupa
- Simple Weight Loss Secrets for the Busy Entrepreneur
- The best performed company in the USA over the past 25 years is . . . ?
- How to turn your printing project into a disaster!
- Update on simple weight reduction secrets for the busy entrepeneur
- There’s only one media that can stop the rot — paper!!!
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
REDGroup Retail, owner of two of Australia’s largest retail bookselling chains, Borders and Angus & Robertson (which between them account for around 20% of Australian book retailing), was placed in voluntary administration last week. The shockwaves have reverberated throughout the … Continue reading
I recently read an amusing article in which a paper company sought to fight back against the “ridiculous” notion that electronic books are greener than printed books. The article, from a company called International Paper and called “Smackdown: Printed Editions … Continue reading