Have you heard about Google’s Paper Phone? An experiment launched as part of the company’s Digital Wellbeing initiative, the Paper Phone consists of an app that lets you select the most crucial bits of information you’ll need for your day and print a “phone.”
Each dish will feature a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. Throughout 2019, IP's Digital Print Expert, Rick Williams, fed you various tips, tricks, and considerations when printing digitally, and as promised, the Digital Dish continues in 2020 with new hosts, the first of this year being our friends at Kodak. Keep reading to learn more about this OEM, including tips for print providers new to production inkjet to better understand media compatibility and select the optimal substrate for your print applications.
Throughout 2019, I've fed you various tips, tricks, and considerations when printing digitally, and in this final dish of the year, it's bittersweet to announce that it will be my final one! After 31 years with International Paper, I am retiring at the end of this month.
Have you heard about the Ticonderoga Mill? Located on the eastern edge of the publicly protected Adirondack State Park, this historic International Paper mill wins the prize for most inspirational locale.
Surrounded by a thriving ecosystem of forests, waterways and mountain peaks, the Ticonderoga Mill is a special place that has been forever shaped by the land and wildlife around it. In fact, the mill’s setting is so uniquely beautiful — and has had such a huge impact on the way we as an organization think about sustainability — that we thought more people should know about it. So, we decided to tell its story.
Each dish features a new nugget to chew on and fuel your digital cravings. This month's edition features the all-new 21st Edition Pocket Pal®, the authoritative introduction to the graphic arts. This handy book is used across print markets and universities, and this latest edition contains loads of updated information that you'll want to get your hands on!