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Paper Con Man Ravages the Internet
March 15, 2012

A response to Harper's publisher John MacArthur's lengthy screed against the enterprise of online journalism.

Long before I wrote stories for magazines, I read a magazine called Harper's. It was smart and weird and I felt like I found things there that I couldn't find elsewhere. Wonderful editors worked for Harper's like Clara Jeffery and Bill Wasik and Paul Ford. They brought thinkers like the now-famous David Graeber to my attention years before anybody else.

INTERQUEST Announces Speakers for 2012 Digital Book Printing Forum in New York
February 23, 2012

INTERQUEST, a leading market and technology research and consulting firm serving the digital printing and publishing industry, today announced a powerful lineup of speakers and panelists for its 2012 Digital Book Printing Forum in New York.

According to INTERQUEST President Gilles Biscos, "We strive each year we deliver this event to bring together the primary forces actively developing, refining, and putting into practice digital book manufacturing. This year our attendees will be rewarded with a wide range of perspectives, insights, and experiences offered by our participants. I'm very excited and proud of the lineup we're bringing to New York this year."

Pearl Awards Finalists Announced
October 19, 2011

Finalists for the 2011 Pearl Awards were announced today, selected from a record 638 entries from 14 countries.

Green Grief! Are you the office environmental offender?
April 23, 2008

NORWALK, Conn., April 17, 2008 - Do you consider yourself environmentally aware? Are you the Chief Recycling Officer of your household? What about at work? Results of a North American survey released today by Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) to measure environmental consciousness in the workplace, found that work colleagues may have some strong objections to those who don’t walk-the-green-talk at the office. Almost 40 percent of U.S. respondents said their number one office environmental pet peeve was mindless printing resulting in abandoned pages at the printer, followed closely by leaving the lights on in unused offices (37 percent). A review of the other top