Archive for December, 2012


Print Different

Posted by: by John Parsons on December 29th, 2012

This is typically the time of year when columnists, pundits, and bloggers look back at the past year, and ahead to what the next one may bring. Assuming the planet will not end altogether on December 21st, here’s my retrospective and glimpse forward for the printing industry. For some, the Mayan apocalypse may actually be [...]


Paper Power

Posted by: by John Parsons on December 20th, 2012

Elsewhere in this space, I’ve written about the environmental misconceptions surrounding print and paper. As it turns out, the print medium is potentially[1] the most sustainable and least problematic when it comes to energy consumption and carbon emissions. However, it turns out that paper is not only benign environmentally, but it is also a potential [...]


Fear of the Dark

Posted by: by John Parsons on December 11th, 2012

Admittedly, Halloween would have been a better holiday for this post, but since superstitions have no fixed season, I thought I’d dredge up an old one—namely, printing as a “dark art”—and ask if those same fears cloud our thinking today. When Gutenberg’s vision of print manufacturing first emerged, it was a highly disruptive technology. It [...]


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