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David Avery on Frank on the Changing Nature of Newspapers: Is It Inkjet Time?:
There were a couple ink jet newspaper systems at Drupa. One thing is that a "newspaper Press" and a "Commercial Press" in the ink jet world may be synonymous - or only have different front ends. It takes me less than 5 minutes to change DFE's on a
 

Robert Godwin on Frank on the Changing Nature of Newspapers: Is It Inkjet Time?:
Frank, First stop shoving the newspaper in my face! In isn't our responsibility to "save the Legacy" of the newspaper. That's the job of the free market. Second, inkjet technology can pencil out, but your argument does not include increasing t
 

Paul Gardner on Two Rights Management Guidelines Posted for Public Comment:
I'm curious how many Printers are even aware that this as an issue for their clients? How many see in this, an opportunity to help? I worked on a publishing technology startup in 2010 / 2011, and saw up close and personal how complex - and potenti
 

Pat McGrew on Xplor International and Acadami™ to launch Electronic Document Body of Knowledge Training Program:
Dont forget you can buy your copy at the Xplor Website called EDBOK.ORG - it's set up fro secure transactions and you will have a chance to buy the only book of its kind anywhere inthe world. Where else can you learn the dark secrets of print streams
 

Mike Chiricuzio on Miyakoshi Showcases Its Equipment Portfolio for Label Printing and Other Applications:
Miyakoshi, like many innovative digital equipment suppliers such as Landa and others, has previewed and showcased some very exciting technologies in recent years, most notably at drupa 2012. I know that the ultimate development and refinement for the
 

Cory Sawatzki on HP Graphic Solutions Business General Manager Yishai Amir on Indigo Packaging Printing:
Well done Yishai. Good to see you are doing well.
 

Peter Crean on Frank on a New Model for MFP Inkjet Sales:
I think entering the market 20 years later had more to do with it than the business model.
 

Jennifer Matt on Increase Print Software User Adoption by Showing Less:
Cory, I find that many commercial products are investing in the ability to "configure more". For example with certain modules some MIS solutions allow you to add/subtract fields to any screen, create custom alerts and notifications, and create cus
 

Cory Sawatzki on Increase Print Software User Adoption by Showing Less:
Another great article Jennifer. We do nothing but custom, customer based solutions and integration. In such, we find that there is not enough thought, or allowable refinement in many boxed products to allow the administrator the ability to create
 

Beth Ann Kilberg-Walsh on Ho, Ho, Ho… Greeting Cards on the Go!:
These are wonderful, unique examples of print – and right in time for the holiday season! It’s no surprise that holiday greeting cards are becoming more interactive. My favorite example: Hallmark’s webcam greeting cards. They really up the ante on ho
 

Darren Yeats on X-Rite Announces Availability of PANTONE Certified Printer Program:
It seems that there may be a significant amount of overlap with this and both the G7 Master Printer and G7 Process Control certifications, both of which we already have, so I am not sure how I would get ROI on this other than to have another logo to
 

Wayne L. Cook on Frank on a New Model for MFP Inkjet Sales:
I wish Epson well with their business model where ink is low-cost and printers cost more. This was tried by Kodak a few years ago which led(in part)to bankruptcy. Maybe Epson will be more successful as they will retain their original printer-ink mod
 

John Henry on Ricoh Acquires PTI Marketing Technologies:
Richo is really putting out some major competition to the big three of Xerox, Canon and HP. The looked at what KM did and moved past them as KM has slipped lately. This move has some benefits but also risk.
 

Robert Godwin on Ricoh Acquires PTI Marketing Technologies:
Congratulations Coleman. Your years of hard work have paid off, handsomely I hope!
 

Robert Godwin on Ricoh Acquires PTI Marketing Technologies:
Congratulations Coleman. Your years of hard work have paid off, handsomely I hope!
 

Cary Sherburne on X-Rite Announces Availability of PANTONE Certified Printer Program:
With all of the certifications floating around, I am sure many of our readers are wondering, why would I need another one? Michael Clark's comments are a pretty interesting explanation of that. While there are certainly costs associated with this ce
 

Paul Gardner on 3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental to Give Closing 'Fireside Chat' Keynote at 2015 EFI Connect Conference:
Awesome! I love that EFI is embracing 3D in a big way by inviting to Mr. Reichental to be a big part of their conference! And you STILL think 3D printing has nothing to do with you and your business? Good stuff! Way to go EFI!
 

Charles Gehman on Ricoh Acquires PTI Marketing Technologies:
Congratulations to Coleman and the team! And to Ricoh for acquiring a truly excellent company and technology suite.
 

Roger Holmes on Applications and Opportunities in Printed Electronics and Functional Imaging:
does anyone know if short run (under 5,000 under 32 page) community newspapers are being printed cost effectively electronically yet? Dr. Keifabout, do you see any application in the future for printing functional imaging on a UV web press?
 

Patrick Whelan on Leadership, Marketing, and Strategic Management Experts Offer C-Suite Insights at AMSP/NAPL/NAQP Executive Leadership Summit:
I'm excited to attending and exhibiting. Can't wait!
 

Jairam Strap on And the Winner Is...the Package!:
Hi Henry, I have seen luxury packaging awards 2014 page and it has awesome designs. Thanks for sharing such a useful link. Use best quality pp strapping material of JSPL to avoid damage. http://www.jsplpackaging.com/article/pp-strap-rolls-manufact
 

Les Csonge on Kodak Reorganizes Into Five Divisions:
Will be very interesting to see what "develops" ;-)
 

Robert Godwin on Kodak Reorganizes Into Five Divisions:
Yeah, this is looking like the old Kodak: silos. Good science and technology; poor sales structure = powerless sales people. Maybe they should move to a VAR model and let more nimble and energetic sales teams find the opportunities.
 

Rossitza Sardjeva on Kodak Reorganizes Into Five Divisions:
I think at Kodak understand that Print systems devision and Inkjet systems are most important and even these two parts have to be present one devision- Print systems including Digital printing systems....
 

Ian Mitchell on Embrace Print Software as Complimentary to Your People:
Great Article - I am reading from the perspective of the supplier.
 

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