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Karl Kuntz Said it
Karl Kuntz Said it
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And he smiles...
And he smiles...
Why was Kevin smiling last night? Look what just came over the wire...
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Young People Don't Read Papers...or do they?
Young People Don't Read Papers...or do they?
What if the professor is right? What if young people really don’t read print anymore? Could I be wrong? Could the studies be wrong? After all, a lot of journalism professors I run into seem to think that print is dead. And so do most of the people I know who sell online services. Maybe they’re all right. Maybe young people do not read news in print anymore.
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 60 Misses, er Minutes, Pronounces Death of Newspapers
60 Misses, er Minutes, Pronounces Death of Newspapers

I’m listening to this interview for the fourth time as I write. And for the life of me, I still haven’t heard him answer the question. He gave what sounded to me like a “packaged” response, the kind I might have written years ago.

It reminded me so much of my son, when I asked where his iPod was, knowing full well it had been lost. He told me all about the possible places an iPod could be, without coming out and telling me he’d lost it a few days earlier.

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BREAKING NEWS! Print is KING for the next 10,000 years, MINIMUM!
BREAKING NEWS! Print is KING for the next 10,000 years, MINIMUM!
I wonder how many groups are going to get mad at me over this one. Here goes. OK, this headline appeared in my email yesterday from News & Tech, a highly respected newspaper industry publication:

Digital circ for U.S. papers soars

Soars. Hmm.

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Advice for a newspaper industry at crossroads
Advice for a newspaper industry at crossroads
The room was substantial and had seats arranged in eight or ten rows, maybe 20 to 25 chairs in a row. It was a wide room, but not very deep. I figured maybe 30 people would show up and I’d speak in front of an empty room.

Just as happened in Kentucky the week before, when dozens of chairs had to be added, the room began to fill and before I knew it, all the seats were taken. The topic was “What I’ve learned this year from successful newspapers.”

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Andy Griffith Show Quiz
Andy Griffith Show Quiz

See how you do on this "Expert Only" quiz with questions from the Andy Griffith Show. Remember, this is for "experts" only.

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Getting a Handle on Photos is Key Ingredient of Asset Management
Getting a Handle on Photos is Key Ingredient of Asset Management
Asset Management is a hot term in our business. Ten years ago, most newspaper designers had never heard the term. Now, one of the most frequently asked questions when I visit a newspaper is What are our options for asset management?
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Three Books to Help Newspaper Designers Take Control
Three Books to Help Newspaper Designers Take Control
Peachpit Press recently released several excellent books which would fit well on any newspaper designers shelf. Ive picked three of my favorites.
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ALAP Offers Useful Plug-ins for InDesign Users
ALAP Offers Useful Plug-ins for InDesign Users
When potential users hear about all the bells and whistles available in Adobe InDesign, they sometimes get the mistaken impression that the application includes all the features they could ever want for newspaper design. ALAP brings that possibility closer to reality.
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Answers: Andy Griffith Show Quiz
Answers: Andy Griffith Show Quiz

Answers to the Andy Griffith Show Expert Quiz

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Map Resources Offers High Quality Maps to Spark Newspaper Design
Map Resources Offers High Quality Maps to Spark Newspaper Design
Map Resources publishes digital maps created in Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Each map is fully editable, allowing users the ability to add and remove features such as rivers, street names and more.
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Mariner Write: A Word Processor For the Rest of Us
Mariner Write: A Word Processor For the Rest of Us
Mac-based writers and designers can spend a lot of time searching for a word processor that doesnt cost an arm and a leg, yet has all the features they need. The answer may have arrived in Mariner Write 3.6.4.
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Reference Guides Offer Training and Support
Reference Guides Offer Training and Support
Peachpit Press recently released three books which would make nice addition to any newspaper designers library. Two for Mac users and one for everyone.
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Remembering basic settings crucial to quality photo output
Remembering basic settings crucial to quality photo output
When you spend your life teaching classes most of the time, its easy to forget that most folks dont spend a lot of time thinking about things like preferences and color settings.
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Roxio Toast 6 Titanium: The Best Keeps Getting Better
Roxio Toast 6 Titanium: The Best Keeps Getting Better
If youve been reading this column very long, you know that Ive been a big fan of Roxios Toast for a long time. Toast has been the best utility for creating CDs on the Mac ever since the beginning of CD creation.
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Slimp Recommends Three Books for Newspaper Designers
Slimp Recommends Three Books for Newspaper Designers
Three new design-related books caught my eye in recent weeks. These titles would make great additions to any designer's collection.
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Adobe Studio Exchange: Gems for the Designer
Adobe Studio Exchange: Gems for the Designer
Adobe Studio Exchange is a website where designers can get all kinds of free software to enhance InDesign, Photoshop and other Adobe applications. No strings attached.
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Favorite Product List Summer 2004
Favorite Product List Summer 2004
Each year I take the opportunity to create a list of my favorite software and hardware products for newspapers.In many cases product titles remain the same, while versions change over the years. Occasionally there is a noticeable change, as was the case when InDesign replaced QuarkXpress on this list a few years back. With this in mind, here is my list for 2004:
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Kevin reviews hardware, software and book for newspaper designers
Kevin reviews hardware, software and book for newspaper designers
So many products, so little time. With the release of several major software titles over the past few months, were beginning to see a plethora of related products designed to take the use of these applications to new levels.
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Latest Books Offer Training in Creative Suite and QuarkXPress
Latest Books Offer Training in Creative Suite and QuarkXPress
What request do I receive most often from newspapers? Lately, its been for advice or assistance in moving up to full pagination using the Adobe Creative Suite. Fortunately, you dont have to wait for me to come to your town to start learning to use these applications.
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Updated Utilities Ease Use of OS X and Windows
Updated Utilities Ease Use of OS X and Windows
More publishers are using OS X and Windows XP these days. Learn about a few utilities that can make life with OS X and XP a little easier.
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A Little Relief for Powerbook and Notebook Users
A Little Relief for Powerbook and Notebook Users
There are no desktop computers on my desk. I like the freedom of taking my computer wherever I go. There are some disadvantages to working on a notebook system. One is that there are fewer USB and Firewire ports to plug external devices into.
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Adding Ports, Without Adding a Hub, to G3 and G4 Macs
Adding Ports, Without Adding a Hub, to G3 and G4 Macs
There are few times I envy my PC using friends. I used to wonder why many Windows-based computers came with USB ports on the front, while Mac users had to move to the back of the computer to plug in an external device. With the G5, all that changed. Now there is an option for all of the G3 and G4 desktops in newspapers throughout the land.
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Adobe improves a good thing with Creative Suite 2.0
Adobe improves a good thing with Creative Suite 2.0
Adobe began shipping the first copies of Creative Suite 2 in May and newspapers have a vested interest in this latest crop of design tools. Eighteen months have passed since the initial version of Creative Suite (CS1) hit the market and Adobe promises significant advancements in CS2.
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