- Greenpeace pressures Spanish bank to withdraw funding for Indonesian paper mill accused of deforestation
- And then there were none . . . paper manufacturing in Australia in danger of ceasing altogether
- Ipex not ‘dead’ says exhibition owner Informa.
- The sad tale of the demise of a successful print business
- Adobe Photoshop turns 25 years old
- Google executive and co-founder of the internet Vint Cerf says you need to start printing everything out
- If you want your meetings to be effective, WRITE good English!
- The first project of the day (or how to work ON the business rather than IN the business)
- Avoid looking stupid when self publishing: don’t make common grammatical and usage errors
- Bad email habits you need to break
- Avoid looking stupid when self publishing: make sure you number your pages correctly!
- Avoid looking stupid when self publishing: use the correct page order.
- The discipline required to write a book (Part 2)
- The discipline required to write a book (Part 1)
- The supreme value of wisdom, where to get it (and share it if you’ve got it!)
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One significant area of confusion we find amongst people who come to us to print their self published book concerns the correct page order, particularly at the beginning of the book. There is a “bible” which anyone who does a … Continue reading
Good typography is to a printed product as fresh ingredients are to cooking. If either are missing, the end result is badly compromised. There are some excellent articles on the subject of typography. Google ‘good typography’ for a plethora of … Continue reading
There are few subjects more likely to confuse people who have little or no knowledge of the printing process than the need to convert from RGB to CMYK. This article and those which will follow are designed to go some way … 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