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Industry Develops Realistic Future for Autonomous Cars

By Andy Marken
"Well, there's nothing essentially wrong with the car. It's just that it wants to go one way and I'd like to go the other." – Jim Douglas, "The Love Bug," Disney, 1968
While most of the folks who attend FMS (Flash Memory Summit) like to talk (brag) about their storage advances, we're more interested in how the stuff is being used.


Products, Companies Don't Speak for Themselves

"Don't confuse the songs with your own life. I mean, they might have relevance to your own life, you know, but a lot of things do. I'm just a guy, man, who writes songs." – John Lennon, "Imagine: John Lennon," Warner Bros., 1988

In our always-connected world, one of the most difficult things firms face is brand and product visibility ... with the right person at the right time.

Toeay joins festivities for Japanese National Day

At IMPRIMA, as part of the Toray group, we were extremely proud to represent our company at the Japanese National Day at the Hilton Hotel in Prague, along with seven large Japanese companies that have representation in the Czech Republic. The event took place at the Hilton Hotel in Prague on 5th of December.

Multigenerational Workforce Needs Attention, Support

By Andy Marken

"There's the difference between us. You believe in friendship, I believe in leverage." Amanda Waller, "Suicide Squad," DC Entertainment, 2016
Recently we stumbled on an article regarding a 69–year–old Dutchman who had petitioned the court to legally list himself as being 20 years younger.

Onlineprinters Donates EUR 5,000 to Youth Welfare Organisation

Catalogue from art therapy for young people

Onlineprinters has continued its support of Refugio, a non-profit counselling and treatment centre for traumatised refugees, by donating EUR 5,000 this year. Along with the donation, Onlineprinters printed exhibition catalogues of project pictures made in art therapy class.

GENDER EQUITY AND DIVERSITY IN THE PRINTING INDUSTRY—THE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HONOR SOCIETY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE

By Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D., Professor Emeritus, Cal Poly

It is with fondness and support that I send this letter in response to Printing Impression’s recent posting: “Chair of the Ben Franklin Honor Society Responds to Harvey Levenson's 'Disparaging' Commentary”

GENDER AND DIVERSITY ISSUES IN THE PRINTING INDUSTRY — Why did I know this was coming?

By Harvey R. Levenson, Ph. D., Professor Emeritus, Cal Poly

Introduction
The matter of gender equity and diversity in the printing industry has been the focus of some vigorous debate for quite some time. However, it has re-emerged in earnest most recently when an industry association, the Benjamin Franklin Honor Society (BFHS) denied membership to a list of women candidates nominated for their contributions to industry growth and professional development, yet allegedly equally qualified men were accepted into the Society.

Hall 12 officially opened

The new Hall 12 was officially opened today at a ceremony attended by some 2,000 invited guests from the realms of politics, business and media on the Frankfurt exhibition grounds. The building was constructed over a two-year period and is the cornerstone of the open area development in the western section of the Messe Frankfurt exhibition grounds.


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