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PrintOnDemand.com Members to Receive WhatTheyThink.com Daily News

Monday, August 12, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

PrintOnDemand.com’s 30,000 monthly visitors to receive industry news as it happens. August 12, 2002 -- San Diego, California and Lexington, Kentucky, USA -- PrintOnDemand.com, the leading web publication focusing on digital and on-demand technologies, has selected WhatTheyThink.com to provide daily news content to their web site - www.printondemand.com. WhatTheyThink.com delivers web-based content solutions to companies and organizations serving the printing, publishing and document systems industries. The WhatTheyThink.com "dynamic" news is carried below the unique PrintOnDemand.com stories and features and is included both on the web site and on the newsletter mailed three times weekly to POD.com subscribers and advertisers. “PrintOnDemand.com has grown significantly this year in terms of users and members. Partnering with WhatTheyThink.com will help us continue to meet the diverse needs of our customers,” stated Chuck Surprise, publisher of PrintOnDemand.com. “We examined many content providers before selecting WhatTheyThink.com. In the end, they simply had better scalable technology, more timely content and a level of predictability not found anywhere else.” Each day, WhatTheyThink.com compiles industry news about the printing and publishing industry. The agreement provides visitors to www.printondemand.com the ability to view this news within their site. The arrangement also allows users to search archived news by key word, company name or date. The archive currently contains over 7,000 articles. PrintOnDemand.com joins numerous other organizations who have selected WhatTheyThink.com as a content partner including the Printing Industries of America and the International Publishing Management Association. Many industry suppliers have also added WhatTheyThink.com’s daily news feed for their customers including International Paper, Xerox, Agfa, Printcafe, xpedx and others. Companies can select the type of news they wish to display based on key words or other variables. “PrintOnDemand.com has a unique and very essential web site,” said Randy Davidson, president of WhatTheyThink.com. “Chuck and his team have built a site that answers the needs of printers and print buyers seeking relevant digital printing and on-demand content. We are proud to be associated with this effort.” Chuck Surprise leads the PrintOnDemand.com team. He is a lifelong journalist and printer who was a leader in the typographic industry before moving into "desktop publishing" in 1985, then PC color production, CtP and digital printing at Central Graphics in San Diego. Mr. Surprise has been a consultant in software development, including the successful ColorVision monitor calibration and profiling package, and has concurrently served as managing director of the Professional Prepress Alliance (PPA). The goal of PrintOnDemand.com is to provide a meeting place for digital printing services and print buyers, and, through the Virtual Trade Show, to offer manufacturers of digital printing equipment, and pre- and post-processing tools, a cost effective way to give their products exposure to their primary market. For more information, visit www.printondemand.com. WhatTheyThink.com is the print and publishing industry’s leading online community. The company offers a mixture of free and subscription-based content for industry executives. WhatTheyThink.com also provides content syndication services to industry related web sites. For more information, visit www.whattheythink.com. For more information about WhatTheyThink.com’s syndication technology, visit http://members.whattheythink.com/home/content.cfm




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