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Henry Freedman on New Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke Briefs Trade Media:
Will Clarke continue to sell parts off or sell remaining entity?
 

Paul Gardner on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
Thanks for the Interest Gordon! And for the clarifications Eric and Cary. Even a deep dive on the Hudson Printing web site will yield very little information about equipment. ps - we're proud to have GPA as a partner in our journey of Reinven
 

Eric Vessels on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
We should have linked the article to the video. Fixed the glitch.
 

Gordon Pritchard on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
Thanks for that, I missed the article.
 

Cary Sherburne on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
Gordon, you should read the article that goes with this video before you make judgments ...
 

Gordon Pritchard on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
Paul's thoughts seem to only focus on hardware specifications - just like the majority of printers who list their hardware on their websites. That is hardly innovative. Most print buyers are not that interested or savvy about what is used to print th
 

Gordon Pritchard on New Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke Briefs Trade Media:
What I don't see in the article is a vision for Kodak - something that employees can get behind. Just more of the same reliance on the anticipated sales of a few products.
 

Eddy Hagen on Industrial Printing Moving to Digital:
Interesting article. Last week I attended the InPrint show in Hannover, Germany. One of the presentations was from PAS (Providing Appliance Solutions). The introduction video on their homepage (http://www.pas-net.biz/index.php?article_id=1&clang=
 

Ed McMasters on Frank Discusses Strange 3D Things Happening in the World:
How do you "clean" a 3D Chocolate Printer? NOW... are those shirts for sale yet? Leave a comment get a FREE shirt, is that how it works?
 

Jack Maynard on Frank Discusses Strange 3D Things Happening in the World:
I never heard printing described as "Green Button Simple". Printing includes the efforts of thousands of technologies to arrive at the ink on paper. And you have to include bindery and finishing. As far as 3D printing goes it's a no brainer to predi
 

Jack Maynard on Frank Romano on Printing Wikipedia:
Reading the information may be worth the 85 grand depending on which page it was. I not so sure about the actual sheet of paper?
 

Charles Gehman on Frank Romano on Printing Wikipedia:
Buying a page of the Gutenberg Bible... good idea. Printing Wikipedia... idiotic idea. It will be obsolete not just the day they publish it, but before the first page comes off the "press". And furthermore, re: the post apocalyptic scenario, do
 

Kamal Chopra on Frank Romano on Printing Wikipedia:
Frank it mean PRINTING on paper is still strong and it has an edge over the electronic media PROUD TO BE A PRINTER
 

Eric Vessels on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
Thanks Steven, John, Harvey, Rossitza, and KOB! Really appreciate your comments.
 

Ron Pergande on Hudson Printing: 100 Year Old Commercial Printer Reinventing Print with Digital:
Great interview, Cary & Paul. I especially like your specific points: 1. After 100 years of Hudson Printing, the courageous and exciting strategy to "Reinvent Print", [GREAT Business Card!] 2. The great Results and opportunities of "offset transfe
 

Pete Basiliere on Frank Discusses Strange 3D Things Happening in the World:
Well, until we come up with another word for "it" then we are stuck with either 3D printing or additive manufacturing. Neither is wholly accurate when considering all 7 technologies that currently make up the field. 3D printing may not apply well
 

Katherine on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
Having being down a similar path in years past you have my sympathy. Randy is far from a one-man band--he has done what many managers struggle to do--put in an excellent team and let them flourish. All the best to Randy and the WTT crew, KOB
 

John Dowey on Hudson Printing: Innovation and Inspiration:
Great story! Hudson is clearly demonstrating that print is very much alive, and the opportunities to add value to it via the creative integration of digital, offset and state of the art finishing technologies is limitless. Congratulations!
 

Charles Gehman on Frank Discusses Strange 3D Things Happening in the World:
Pete, yeah, "it" has amazing applicatoins. I guess my main point about 3-D Printing is: It's not printing. My dentists have been making crowns on a cool machine in their offices for the last 8 years or so. I never heard a dentist say "I'm prin
 

Rossitza Sardjeva on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
I hope that WTT will continue to provide market intelligence the industry can depend on and to continue to innovate as it will have to be. Good luck to WTT!
 

Harvey Hirsch on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
As one of your early associates I have found WhatTheyThink to be essential in delivering to me current information on this steadily shrinking industry on a daily basis. Randy, I am sure will still submit a piece or two as it swims passed his purview
 

John Henry on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
I wish Randy good luck and just as glad to see WTT will be around for a long time.
 

Pete Basiliere on Frank Discusses Strange 3D Things Happening in the World:
". . . at some point (3D printing) will start to do something that will change our lives . . ." 3D printing is changing lives today and has been for years. The speakers for my hearing aids are within 3D printed molds. Most in-the-ear hearing
 

Steven Schnoll on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
As an early adviser to whattheythink in its start up days I can speak highly of Randy's entrepreneurial spirit. He has accomplished a great deal with whattheythink and has set the online news standard for our industry. I recently spoke to Randy about
 

Eric Vessels on The Future of WhatTheyThink:
Thanks Chuck! You've been a great supporter and someone we've turned to often to bounce ideas off of. We'll do our best to live up to the challenge you just presented. ;-)
 

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