Frank dives into some fresh news
Published on September 1, 2010
This week Frank takes us through another whirlwind round of news that fascinates Frank (and makes him a little reminiscent.) Knock-Knock wants to print your tweets, the last roll of Kodachrom, R.R. Donnely's research facility, AARP tells its readers how to "save" printer ink, Boing Boing's typographic mustache for the facial hair challenged, Boston garages use print so you don't lose your car in the parking sea all ahead.
Romano Review of Books: "Brand Luther"
Published: June 23, 2017
Frank reviews a book called “Brand Luther” that tells the true story of an unknown monk who used printing to challenge the mightiest force on earth at the time.
Who is Running Your Business? People or Software
Published: June 22, 2017
Your software should run your business, your people should run your software. Can you easily get to the trusted data of your business? Is it in a trusted system of record (Print MIS/ERP)? Or do you have to gather up data from many different sources to get to a version of the truth? Jennifer Matt interviews Jane Mugford about helping printers transition from people run business to a software run business.
Automation in Sign & Display Graphics Business at PSP Retail
Published: June 19, 2017
Ronald A. Whitfield, Automation Systems Manager at PSP Retail, a sign & display graphics provider, has taken a 4-person prepress department that was an operational bottleneck to a one-person department that is no longer a bottleneck and processes even more work. Find out how.