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Children Prefer to Read Books on Paper Rather than Screens

A new study by Science Direct reveals why children prefer to read paper books. There is a common perception that children are more likely to read if it is on a device such as an iPad or Kindles. But new research shows that this is not necessarily the case. In a study of children in [...]

Going Paperless Does Not Save Trees

A new study commissioned by Two Sides explains why the popular “go paperless – save trees” slogans are misleading and false. CHICAGO (February 8, 2016) - Today, Two Sides North America released a new study outlining key facts on why paperless initiatives do not save trees. Findings point to mounting evidence that loss of markets for [...]

PREPRESS TWO CENTS: Proofing and Preflighting

Are These The Same Thing, OR: Who Checks What? Sometimes, when we have a job in-house for printing, questions arise about proofing and preflighting. Are these the same thing? Does the printer “proofread” customer-supplied files? What, exactly, is checked during preflight? Let’s tackle the questions one-by-one. First, proofing and preflighting are NOT the same process. [...]