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Articles by Richard Romano

Richard Romano is Managing Editor of WhatTheyThink.  He curates the Wide Format section on WhatTheyThink.com. He has been writing about the graphic communications industry for more than 25 years. He is the author or coauthor of more than half a dozen books on printing technology and business. His most recent book is “Beyond Paper: An Interactive Guide to Wide-Format and Specialty Printing.

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The Boxer

Published March 29, 2012

Digitizing Trees

Published March 28, 2012

Potent Unpotables

Published March 23, 2012

Rule Britannica?

Published March 22, 2012

(Not) Out of Africa

Published March 21, 2012

Above the Fold

Published March 20, 2012

As Sure As Eggs Is Eggs

Published March 20, 2012

Green Eggs (But No Ham)

Published March 19, 2012

A Going Green Note from Richard Romano

Published March 19, 2012

Unisource and WhatTheyThink are gearing up for the 2012 Environmental Innovation Award. Richard Romano highlights the awards and benefits of receiving an Environmental Innovation Award. Applicants are encouraged to enter today at http://whattheythink.com/environmental-award/.

Environmental Refugees

Published March 16, 2012

Oh, the Places You'll Go Green

Published March 15, 2012

Infotrends's Barb Pellow's Observation on Graphic Communication Trends

Published March 13, 2012

Richard Romano and Barb Pellow from Infortrends discuss the upcoming trends of 2012 at how this year's drupa could affect that outcome.

Green Apples

Published March 12, 2012

Gas Pains

Published March 9, 2012

There’s No Place Like Homerton

Published March 7, 2012

GreenBay?

Published March 7, 2012

Paperlate

Published March 6, 2012

Kodak Listens to its Users at GUA

Published March 6, 2012

GUA President Tom Clifford shares the 17 year history of the GUA with Richard Romano and explores their partnership with Kodak over the years.

SoBe It

Published March 5, 2012

Toy Boat Toy Boat Toy Boat

Published March 2, 2012

You Know the Drill

Published March 1, 2012

ATT Announces New Eco-Label for Mobile Phones

Published February 29, 2012

Current Fashion

Published February 28, 2012

Happy Meals?

Published February 27, 2012

Top Green Gifts

Published February 24, 2012

Four Ideas for Making an Energy Transition

Published February 23, 2012

Green IT

Published February 22, 2012

The Paperless Office?

Published February 20, 2012

Small Wonders

Published February 16, 2012

Leggo My Lego

Published February 15, 2012

PaperKarma’s Gonna Get You

Published February 14, 2012

Free Green-e Re:print Webinar

Published February 13, 2012

The Power of Printers?

Published February 13, 2012

Scuffle in the Studio

Published February 13, 2012

No Dis-Carding Allowed

Published February 10, 2012

Love Is in the Air

Published February 10, 2012

The Fingers Have Nowhere to Walk...

Published February 9, 2012

Alma Matters

Published February 8, 2012

Eco-Label Primer

Published February 7, 2012

How Green Is Your Media—Finland Edition

Published February 6, 2012

Light On One’s Feet?

Published February 3, 2012

Shadowplay

Published February 2, 2012

Top Sustainability Reporting Trends

Published February 1, 2012

More Panda-monium

Published January 31, 2012

Print Gets a Dear John Letter

Published January 30, 2012

Lords o’ Leaping

Published January 27, 2012

Weather Or Not...

Published January 25, 2012

WWF Seems to Rethink Anti-Paper Stance

Published January 23, 2012

European Parliament Cracks Down on E-Waste

Published January 23, 2012

Turn the Page

Published January 20, 2012

Kodak's Jon Bracken Comments on How Industry Change has Shaped GUA

Published January 20, 2012

General Manager for Unified Workflow at Kodak Jon Bracken and Richard Romano continue their GUA conversation. In part 2 Jon discusses how the changes in the print industry is reflected with incoming board members and what changes may be ahead.

In Every Dream Home...

Published January 19, 2012

The Winters of Our Discontent

Published January 18, 2012

Oy Vegas

Published January 16, 2012

Forbidden Fibers

Published January 16, 2012

Armageddon Postponed

Published January 13, 2012

Walmart Launches The Green Room

Published January 12, 2012

Two Sides U.S. Site Now Live

Published January 11, 2012

The Big Green Easy

Published January 10, 2012

PIA’s William D. Schaeffer Award

Published January 9, 2012

Happy Holidays

Published December 20, 2011

Employees Must Wash (But Not Dry) Hands

Published December 14, 2011

Durban: Deal or No Deal?

Published December 12, 2011

As: Time Goes By

Published December 12, 2011

Printer Paul Quyle Loses Battle with Cancer

Published December 5, 2011

GreenBottle to Launch First Paper Wine Bottle

Published November 29, 2011

COP17 Kicks Off in Durban, South Africa

Published November 29, 2011

Google Kills Green Energy Program

Published November 29, 2011

Made With the Wind

Published November 22, 2011

Black Friday Approacheth

Published November 22, 2011

The Road to 2050: Whither Sustainability?

Published November 22, 2011

Inkjet De-Inking a Topic to Dye For

Published November 15, 2011

A Solution for Climate Change: Get Old?

Published November 14, 2011

Puma Tries On Compostable Clothes

Published November 14, 2011

Meet the Beetles

Published November 8, 2011

Gimme Shellter

Published November 8, 2011

In Space, No One Can Hear You Wait

Published November 8, 2011

Whither Consumer Sustainability?

Published November 8, 2011

Welcome Back, Victoria

Published November 1, 2011

Direct Mail Overseas: A New Opt-Out Scheme

Published November 1, 2011

Greetings On Demand

Published October 25, 2011

Print Certification Across the Pond

Published October 24, 2011

Green Clouds for Google

Published October 24, 2011

Can Trees Offset Our Carbon Production?

Published October 17, 2011

GreenPrint Software for Networked Printers

Published October 11, 2011

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