Is digital really greener than paper?

Very interesting topic on how the paper industry is challenging the assumption that digital marketing is more environmentally friendly than paper. My opinion is why did it take so long for the paper industry to challenge this? Both you and I have know that paper decomposes far quicker than a computer will in a landfill. It Read more about Is digital really greener than paper?[…]

Shrink Sleeve Labels: Explored

I guarantee you have seen Shrink Sleeve labels in a retail setting.  The thin printed or unprinted plastic “label” that is molded around shaped bottles, or up and over caps.  Here is a good example of a common Shrink Sleeve.  Although it is called a “label” the actual product involves no adhesive. Shrink sleeve labels are Read more about Shrink Sleeve Labels: Explored[…]

Students prefer print

What a great opening line to this article. American university students this spring still are using printed textbooks far more than eTexts. In 2010, it was predicted eTexts would rise from 2 percent of college course materials to more than 18 percent after 2014. It didn’t happen. We did an article a few months back Read more about Students prefer print[…]

CT Gov. Candidates Directed to Use FL Printer?

Fresh on the newswire friday was quite the printing/political scandal. George Gallo, Connecticuts State House Republicans’ chief of staff, resigned on thursday as federal investigators are looking into whether GOP legislative candidates were improperly directed to use a direct mail and printing company based in Florida. The company in Florida, Direct Mail Systems, allegedly took Read more about CT Gov. Candidates Directed to Use FL Printer?[…]

This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways

  Sure, the Amazon Kindle might have dynamic font adjustments, and it can hold thousands of books, but can it do this? Printed in the late 16th century this small book from the National Library of Sweden is an example of sixfold dos-à-dos binding, where six books are conjoined into a single publication but can be read individually with Read more about This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways[…]

In Step Toward Curing Blindness, Scientists Inkjet-Print Eye Cells

This is pretty cool is you ask me so I had to share it with everyone. Honestly I’m not sure if this is truly classified as printing, but never the less it is very interesting. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/18/inkjet-print-eye-cells-cure-blindness_n_4466418.html?sf22922127=1 Source: Huffington Post