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July 19, 2015 By The Gallup Independent

The Gallup Independent

All the news you're looking for in northwestern New Mexico, northeastern Arizona, southeastern Utah and throughout the Navajo Nation,...

April 4, 2011

Changes at the MPSA

One of the organizations Doc keeps his eye on is the Managed Print Services Association (MPSA). Now it seems that key volunteers and leaders within the Managed Print Services Association executive committee and board of directors have realigned their roles to focus their experience on other areas of the MPSA. The group hopes this will help keep fresh ideas and new perspectives flowing across all aspects of the association.

March 8, 2011

A Crisis in Graphic Arts Staffing

Everyone knows that the printing industry is changing and evolving from an industry that was dominated by traditional printed products to more print related services and digital technologies. Well not everyone knows this, because if young people were aware of the evolving importance of digital technology then maybe they would be more interested in pursuing careers in the graphic arts. But they are not and we are about to experience a crisis in staffing. The question is why and what can we do about it?

April 22, 2010 by

Barnes & Noble kicking off Nook ad campaign, firmware 1.3 available

We heard this week that Barnes & Noble is kicking off a media campaign for the Nook that will include TV commercials, radio, print, and online ads. The folks at B&N stated this is the first B&N television ad in more than 10 years. You can view the first TV ad on the Barnes & Noble site. It tells a story and tries to show how you can grow up with a Barnes & Noble experience.

October 21, 2009 by

TR Dojo: Five must-have Firefox add-ons

Bill Detwiler demonstrates five free Firefox add-ons that can make your browsing experience easier, faster, and more secure. Once you’ve watched this TR Dojo video, you can find a link to the original TechRepublic article and print the tip from our TR Dojo Blog.

October 7, 2007 by

HP Image Zone Failure, Re-installation Adventure and HP Service

After my interesting experience dealing with Dell's service, I had a refreshing experience with HP's service and thought I'd write something about it to dispel the image of industry curmudgeon that I've apparently earned in some quarters.It was Saturday morning and I was trying desperately trying to print a couple of images so I could take them to a meeting.

April 3, 2006 by

Harnessing the content flow

The New York Times redesigns its online site (the first major one in five years) to make the reader experience "simpler and more useful," including links to the most blogged articles, topic pages, personal pages with guidance from NYT editors and more emphasis on multimedia content.  All very nice, but still basically the print publication augmented online.

May 29, 2000 by

Commentary: Web can't stop the presses

DÜSSELDORF, Germany -- Drupa 2000, the mammoth print and media exhibition thatconvenes here every five years, is a humbling experience -- especially when you approach it from the all-digital realm of Internet publishing. Sure, computers are now an integral part of this industry, but print isn't exactly on the verge of extinction.


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