News from Argentina has reached these shores about a small publisher, Eterna Cadencia who has introduced a book which only last a couple of months.
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Monday, 23 February 2015 | By Gerry Mulvaney
Monday, 16 February 2015 | By Louis Gordon
Next time you stroll through a retail environment, take a moment to scrutinize the merchandise on the shelves. It’s highly likely that the products you see on display showcase new branding and packaging, typically in vibrant, attention-getting designs.
Tuesday, 10 February 2015 | By Gerry Mulvaney
Wow – Facebook’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, has suddenly found another communications medium and has decided to let his followers on his eponymous site know about it. This will not come as a shock to those of use involved in the publishing industry in one form or another, because his medium of choice has been around for a long time.
Monday, 02 February 2015 | By Gerry Mulvaney
Nick Gibb, the United Kingdom Schools Minister, has called for a return to the use of text books in schools in a recent speech to an educational publishers conference in London. He claimed teachers in UK schools need to ditch their reliance on an “anti-textbook ethos” if UK schoolchildren are going to catch up with their counterparts overseas.
Thursday, 29 January 2015 | By Louis Gordon
“The future of retailing is omnichannel and it includes catalogs,” asserts The Kurt Salmon Review*. In simplest terms, “omnichannel” retailing treats consumers to a uniform, integrated, seamless experience wherever they shop – in store, online, in print, or by phone.
Monday, 19 January 2015 | By Gerry Mulvaney
When I wrote to you last year, I promised to keep you updated about how your business was going and about the development of Nanography® under the guidance of Benny Landa. Well the good news is that your printing business is actually growing in this digital age.
Thursday, 15 January 2015 | By Gerry Mulvaney
I learned how to run a Lithographic press with a Ryobi 3200 in the early 1970s. As user experiences go it was a fairly simple, albeit a frustrating one from an emotional point of view.