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A Snapshot of PaperClips Issue No. 249, Thursday, May 23, 2013
Millcraft Wide Format Inkjet Survey
Millcraft is interested in learning more about your current wide-format inkjet printer usage. Please take a moment to answer a few questions designed to help us better serve this fast-growing market sector. The survey is only six questions and should take less than a minute to complete.
to begin, and thank you; we appreciate your feedback...
All Citizens Should Have the Option for Paper
American Forest and Paper Association Blog, Erik Heilman, Director, Goverment Affairs, May 3, 2013
If youíre reading this, youíre either online right now or youíve printed it out. You chose which method Ė electronic or paper Ė you preferred. Thatís the principle behind AF&PAís view that people should be able to choose whether to pay bills, communicate with friends and colleagues, read a book, etc. electronically or on paper. Unfortunately, many government agencies donít see it that way. Recently, federal agencies have been eliminating services and communications such as social security documents, tax documents, and savings bonds in a paper format forcing them to electronic-only formats. Whatís more, citizens relying on these services arenít given a choice in the matter...
Admore's "Death to Boring Folders" Comes Back to Life Again and Again
Ennis, Inc., May 16, 2013
Admore, a division of Ennis, Inc., has taken the spotlight at several print and design award shows this year for their 10th annual Halloween promotion "The Grim Reaper Brings Death to Boring Folders". The awards won include: a PSDA PEAK Grand Award, a Gallery of Superb Printing Gold Award and the Foil and Specialty Effect Association Gold Leaf Award...
U.S. Commerce Department Revises Last Two Years of Printing Shipments Up
WhatTheyThink, May 23, 2013
The US Commerce Department has issued its annual update of manufacturing shipments data, increasing each of the last two years by about $1 billion - but not enough to increase annual shipments after inflation...
Magazines More Popular than Ever Among College Students
Schweiki Media, May 22, 2013
In an effort to test the "print is dead" theory, Shweiki Media, in conjunction with Study Breaks College Media, surveyed 387 college students about their magazine reading habits.
The results show that students are not only reading magazines, getting fashion ideas from magazines, visiting Websites they've discovered through magazines and buying things they've seen in magazines; they're also sharing publications among their friends...
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