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Wayne Peterson on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
I'd cast my vote for an unconventional candidate: Baker Signet by Arthur Baker. It's a beautiful typeface with calligraphic strokes and hints of serifs, that debuted in 1965. Baker is an American, still living in MA, and has a passion for paper a
 

cindy woods on Trends to Watch in 2015: The Domination of Mobile Technology:
Great article, Barb. Absolutely everything on point. Thanks.
 

Les Csonge on Trends to Watch in 2015: The Domination of Mobile Technology:
And a glimpse into the Future ;-) https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/glimpse-digital-future-les-csonge
 

Joe Fedor on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
American Typewriter? Actually, Century is a good choice. Though as a history buff, I do like the Caslon-Declaration of Independence connection. If there were something that was comfortable to read when used in hundreds of thousands of pages of
 

Dov Isaacs on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
URL for Swedish Sans: http://sweden.identitytool.com/buildingblocks/secondary-building-blocks-always-use
 

Dov Isaacs on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
But of course, Frank didn't tell us which typeface was Sweden's (or maybe better, the Swedish government's) official typeface. OK, that appears to be Sweden Sans! For those interested, you can download a .ZIP file with Sweden Sans and Sweden Sa
 

John Zarwan on Courier Board of Directors Determines Proposal from RRD Reasonably Likely to Result in a "Superior Proposal":
"Board of Directors has reasonably determined ... [that the] proposal from R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company ... is reasonably likely to result in a “Superior Proposal” as defined in Courier’s merger agreement with Quad/Graphics... "Courier’s Board ha
 

Towab Muhammad Yusuf on ‘Highlights of the Cary Graphic Arts Collection’ unveiled in new book by RIT Press:
Hi, Is Cary Collection graphic industry branch of worldwide? My experiences say RIT printing press is a partner of Cary Collection. The Cary collection industry, providing very good design always.
 

Atiqur Sumon on Xeikon and Renowned Designer Hugo Diego Partner at Heimtextil:
Hi Richard Romano. Today, most of the world gets going busy with technology. Technology is growing more powerful and more over digital graphic printing. Digital graphic printing industry developing the graphic social it's true. So I think Mr. Diego i
 

Jim Hamilton on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
I'm with you, Frank. I vote for Century.
 

Jennifer Matt on The False Security of the Print Software RFP:
Cory - Thanks for reading. The RFP makes everyone feel comfortable but it points us in the wrong direction. We need to distill our choices down to a few partners and then be detectives and find their existing customers to really understand what it
 

Tony Hodgson on Sweden has its own typeface. Frank says America should have one too:
London has its own typeface - or at least its subway system has. Johnston Sans, designed by Edward Johnston, has been used throughout the London Underground ever since 1916. You can see it on London's iconic Tube map. As for America, I don't know,
 

Diane Dragoff on Frank has two new Books on the History of the Industry:
Frank: Kudos to you and the students at RIT and Cal! Now history has been captured in two, soon as to be three, books. I have nothing personal to plug, but would love for folks to contact their local United Way for fun volunteer and networking
 

ROD LOWE on Focus on Solutions in Print Software:
Jennifer, your timing is interesting. Yesterday I started a discussion in the web to print group regarding orphaned projects, why, how, ratio to success etc. If you have any insight into that I would love to see and hear about it.
 

Sharon Willliamson on Author and Entrepreneur Seth Godin Discusses the Current State of Print and Publishing:
It's refreshing to hear a marketing visionary say "I love paper!" (4:06 in this interview)
 

Frank Romano on Frank has two new Books on the History of the Industry:
http://www.prepressure.com/prepress/history is a wonderful website Lots of nostalgia
 

Laurens Leurs on Frank has two new Books on the History of the Industry:
Hi Frank, I am looking forward to the book on desktop publishing! Since you admitted your video is a shameless plug, I hope you don't mind me plugging my 'history of DTP' pages at http://www.prepressure.com/prepress/history
 

Rob Van Den Braak on Frank has two new Books on the History of the Industry:
Two great books which make me proud to be part of this exciting industry. Happy to put your "pitch" on Blokboek.com. Hope the readers in now more than 50 countries wil order many copies. My copy is my perfect birthday present. Regards, Rob
 

Scott Burford on Collaborative Commerce: The Necessary Evolution of Web-to-Print:
Great article, and you articulate very well the feelings I have had on this issue for years. I have been providing clients with web-to-print 1.0 solutions for close to 20 years now, but still struggle with how to best handle the issues of collaborat
 

Jim Hamilton on Frank has two new Books on the History of the Industry:
Nice work Frank! As you know, I enjoyed both books and reviewed them on the InfoTrends blog: Frank Romano and the Phototypesetting Era (http://blog.infotrends.com/?p=17329) and Frank Romano’s Love Letter to Linotype (http://blog.infotrends.com/?p=159
 

Les Csonge on Quad to Acquire Courier Corporation as Part of Strategy to Transform Book Platform:
Very good forward thinking move on the online/ebook front too, strenthening their small shareholding in www.yudu.com/what-we-do/industries/education with the www.courier.com/company/courier_new_media facilities.
 

Patrick Henry on Who’s Epicomm and what have you done with NAPL/NAQP/AMSP?:
Did anyone Google "Epicomm" before voting to adopt it? I just did. How the name will help to create a distinctive brand identity for the former NAPL/NAQP/AMSP isn't clear to me.
 

James Olsen on AMSP/NAPL/NAQP is Now ‘Epicomm’:
Great sounding name, but, is it me or what? At the risk of being embarrassed, I don't get it. Does the word "Epicomm" stand for something? Thanks
 

Pete Basiliere on Frank on The New Print Buyers: Who They Are, What They Want, and What You Should Do:
In my experience the world of print buying has split into two: buyers who know little about print and buyers who are experts at buying print. The latter are agents in companies for which print has a declining or a small role in their operations an
 

Alistair egan on SGIA Webinar Considers Web-to-Print for Wide-Format:
It is great to hear that the Wide format community is looking at Web to print. Here is NZ we have been implementing the XMPie StoreFlow for web to print and the Caldera RIP to control the wide format printer. This allows seamless selection of a job r
 

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