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Nicole Silverman on Digital Lizard Doubles Print Capacity, Opens 40,000-Foot Fulfillment Center:
We appreciate your support here at Digital Lizard! We are extremely excited for what's to come! Nicole Silverman Digital Lizard
 

John Foley on Digital Lizard Doubles Print Capacity, Opens 40,000-Foot Fulfillment Center:
Another great example of a company which continuously looks for more value added solutions for prospects and customers. Good move by adding in fulfillment capabilities for their prospects and customers. My2Cents - Great stuff. John Author - B
 

Gordon Pritchard on Frank Secret Shops for Greeting Cards:
It's interesting that Hallmark cards whether printed in the U.S. or in China are printed with FM screening. Printing greeting cards in China may not be related to increasing profit margins. Most of the cards in the Dollar Stores I've visited are pri
 

John Schnapp on Frank Secret Shops for Greeting Cards:
I Love the ending, my thoughts exactly.
 

Tim Daisy on Frank Secret Shops for Greeting Cards:
Wait for the ending...beautiful!
 

Steve MacKenzie on The Fear of Launching Print Software:
Jennifer, We have been designing and selling Print Management software for 25 years. Throughout those years many of our Customers have performed deployment from those with little documentation and analysis to those stymied with paralysis analysis
 

Dustin Andrews on Adobe Names Abhay Parasnis as CTO and Senior VP of Platform Technology & Services:
Hopefully he will find a way to reign in the rising costs of a necessary evil. The only thing that keeps the subscription model going is the fact that everyone is set in their ways and as soon as someone cracks that egg Adobe may be in some deep trou
 

Jennifer Matt on The Fear of Launching Print Software:
Bill, Great points, my favorite statement of your comments "solve the issues for ourselves" that means you are taking ownership of the solution. You might have to reach out for help but ultimately it is yours to solve. That is a attitude and cu
 

Bill Knepper on The Fear of Launching Print Software:
The fear is founded! The expectations almost always overstated. Oversold and underdeveloped are not atypical. Support can be at best marginal and always costly. Fearless resolve, preemptive planning, human talent, enterprise infrastructure, an
 

Karl Loatman on Tracing the Chester Carlson Story from Photocopier to TV Set:
The Model D was called the Pizza Oven in the Addressograph Multigraph offices where it was sold. It imaged one metal plate at a time with toner. When the print job was finished you took the image off the plate with steel wool and reused the plate. Th
 

Peter Crean on Tracing the Chester Carlson Story from Photocopier to TV Set:
Patrick, Thanks for the short form Chester&Xerox history. Captured a long story well. One correction: the CopyFlow was the second Xerox product launched and it was a microfilm printer that ran 20 or 40 ft/min using a Selenium drum and a 40 inch
 

Chris Lynn on Two Keys to Increasing Productivity: Software Automation and Hardware Utilization:
A better metric is OEE - Overall Equipment effectiveness because it takes quality into account too. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overall_equipment_effectiveness for details. Cory - the way to start is to measure where you are now, and use tha
 

Cory Sawatzki on Two Keys to Increasing Productivity: Software Automation and Hardware Utilization:
Thank you Howie, I want to use your bottom line as the top line for my website. Can you suggest some tools for companies to help them rate their own automation performance? The very statement you made about the people asking where they rate with
 

Rick Aberle on Print Software as an Infrastructure Investment:
Jennifer - Loved the article, really feel all of your points are extremely valid. You may want to consider putting in a seventh point about the need to analyze whether to purchase a traditionally installed platform or a hosted solution. Today more an
 

Frank Romano on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Crayon Crumple is nice Of course, my teachers were nuns with beautiful script writing on the blackboard
 

Jim Hamilton on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Frank, Is there a font you would recommend that people use instead of Comic Sans if they want something that looks as if it were written on a chalk board? Jim
 

Cory Sawatzki on Technical Staffing for Printers – Top 3 Characteristics:
Smart people that are open to new ideas, and want to push for change. That is the challenge. Many smart people are stuck in the thought that the way they do things is the right way. It might be a right way, but not the only way. If they are not open
 

Cory Sawatzki on Fabian Prudhomme of Enfocus talks about advances in workflow automation with Switch:
Yay Switch 13. Go!
 

Cory Sawatzki on OneTouchPoint: Delivering on the Promise of Customer Intimacy:
Great Story. And what I am hearing is typical from OneTouchPoint. Good job to all.
 

Frank Romano on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Comic Sans Outline is a gutless typeface
 

Joe Webb on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Tempus Romano should be what everyone uses :) But I'll vote for the candidate who has the guts to use Comic Sans to put their entire platform in appropriate perspective. I might even vote twice.
 

David Young on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Roman(o) face font?
 

Frank Romano on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
We need more type puns and jokes. There is a font from Georg Trump called Trump Mediaeval and another called Trump Gothic Pro. The serifs comb over the stem:)
 

John Galto on Frank on Candidate Logos and Typography Choices:
Avenir is just so plain vanilla and cheap; does that reflect poorly on the candidates that use it? Your old classmate Bernie Sanders get my vote for his logo. Why isn't there a Trump typeface? But all things considered Marco Rubio is the man of the F
 

Douglas Yeager on PGSF Announces Spring Graduates, Scholarship Success:
Congratulations to all graduates. Join the PGSF Facebook Page to view comments and videos from all scholarship recipients and see what industry college students are doing to support the future of our industry.
 

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