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Larry Vogel on Xeikon Café Announces North American Edition:
The registration site is: www.xeikoncafe.com
 

Dov Isaacs on Frank on Comic Books, Paper from Stone and Retail Waste:
Paper made out of stone - is this something you want “to take for granite?”
 

Joseph Marin on Frank on Comic Books, Paper from Stone and Retail Waste:
Frank, great video, and thanks for the laugh this morning! I'm not a fan of those peanuts, either...they need salt!
 

Otho Neekles on HD Flexo Wins Awards, Customer Approval, for ProAmpac:
Hello! This is a very nice article about it! it's very interesting, but before please check google very awesome blog!
 

Amy Watson, Design'N'Buy on The Intellectual Property Buried in Your Print Business:
very well penned Jennifer. Print management or we can say any management should give the freedom to their key and other members to talk about the problems and come across with the solutions. This process really creates a good working culture in print
 

Amy Watson on The Intellectual Property Buried in Your Print Business:
very well penned Jennifer. Print management or we can say any management should give the freedom to their key and other members to talk about the problems and come across with the solutions. This process really creates a good working culture in print
 

Jennifer Matt on The Intellectual Property Buried in Your Print Business:
Pat, One idea that has helped me be more empathetic is the idea of co-creation. If you (the management) have an inefficient process then you (the management) have a role in how that process came to be. You and your employees co-created it. You (th
 

Pat McGrew on The Intellectual Property Buried in Your Print Business:
Jennifer! You are spot on. I have watched the inefficient version so many times it gets painful. The trust factor becomes a gaiting factor in so many conversations.
 

David Murphy on BR Printers Welcomes Former Documation President Martin Aalsma as Vice President:
Martin and BR Printers create an ideal match-up of combined talent, passion, and vision, especially as it relates to digital print innovation. It will be exciting to see what this team will do together going forward!
 

Otho Neekles on Frank Visits EastPak 2017:
Hello! This is very nice article about it! it's very interested, but before please check google very awesome blog!
 

Howard Owen on GPA Announces New Central Region Director of Sales & Strategic Accounts:
Congratulations Jules. And thank you for being active in the industry.
 

Eddy Hagen on Frank Finds A Museum of Interesting Things at EastPack:
Wonderful! :-) This should be mandatory stuff at school: to get an idea where the future (and future technology) might go, you need to understand where it all came from. Just think about it: a 44 MB Syquest disk! That once was a huge disk... :-D
 

Fadel Iskander on PDF 2.0 – New Capabilities for Print Production:
While I realize it is no longer an Adobe "issue", I've had it with the "Near Future" tease. When the heck will 2.0 be "officially" released.
 

Jacob Aizikowitz on The New Xerox: What It Means for Software Strategy:
XMPie was founded on the vision of making Personalization be a Strategy and not a Media-discipline. At the year 1999-2000, Personalization, for most people, meant Internet. For few -- those in Print -- it was a Digital Print discipline. We decided
 

Cary Sherburne on The New Xerox: What It Means for Software Strategy:
Thanks for weighing in, Gerhard, always nice to hear from you
 

Gerhard Maertterer on The New Xerox: What It Means for Software Strategy:
By remembering the last 15 years in One-to-One Biz and reading this interview, I have a song, stuck in my head of sister sledge: „We are family, I got all my brothers with me ...“ XMPie was founded in the year 2000, DirectSmile in 2002 and my own
 

Robert Godwin on Understanding Order Entry from Your Customer’s Perspective:
"Hassle factor? Zero." And that is why Amazon took over Whole Foods. Get rid of the (workflow bottleneck) at the register and convert the cashiers to "aisle experts". RFID or NFC or Apple Wallet will take care of charging for items in the cart. No
 

John Zarwan on Understanding Order Entry from Your Customer’s Perspective:
Just had an interesting experience with an Amazon return. Printed the label -- expedited postage paid. That was a pleasant surprise, because return postage was a factor in whether to return the item. (It was large and heavy) Took the package to the P
 

Joe Webb on Frank Twitters:
Perhaps the Great One may want to consider this plot from a Superman comic almost 75 years ago (from Wikipedia): ... One of his more novel schemes was seen in Superman #22 (May/June 1943). The Prankster, with the backing of several criminal leader
 

Amy Watson, works at Design'N'Buy on Clear Communication with Print Software:
very elaborated an defined article. Most of the people even don't know that their business requires web2print or not. And how to implement and how to approach a right software solution with right providers, in that case software providers must commun
 

Buck Crowley on Xerox Celebrates an Innovation That Transformed Business Communications:
The 9700 was in fact a major industry breakthrough also for another important reason, it created the necessity for roll feeding the paper. We invented a Roll-System (and founded a company with that name) that fed the Xerox 9700. We also however ch
 

Tarundeep Singh on How does a Ph.D. Petroleum Engineer become a printer?:
Hats off to this man.
 

Tarundeep Singh on HD Flexo Wins Awards, Customer Approval, for ProAmpac:
Congratulations to the winners.
 

Tarundeep Singh on HP Set to Revolutionize Prototyping/Manufacturing with Jet Fusion 3D:
Thanks for sharing.
 

Jennifer Matt on Understanding Order Entry from Your Customer’s Perspective:
Heath, First and foremost - great to see you the other day! Web-to-print's definition needs to be expanded to everything you need to do online with your customers. Jen
 

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