Monthly Archives: March 2011

Tips for optimizing your catalog business

This year, many businesses are looking for ways to increase their return on investment from catalogs. Here are some helpful tips to consider when looking at your upcoming catalog project. Plan Your Paper Purchases Paper is a commodity and like … Continue reading

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Who was Gutenberg?

The inspiration for our database-driven publishing system came from Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg (c. 1398 – February 3, 1468). This German innovator is credited with being the first European to use movable printing and the inventor of the mechanical printing … Continue reading

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RoR, mySQL, & Gutenberg- A new website for a national marine distributor.

Last fall we began the development of Sea-Dog.com, the main website for SeaDog Line, a national marine hardware supplier. With the new website, Sea-Dog Line now uses the Gutenberg Publishing System for managing and driving all their product content to the … Continue reading

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iOS: Continual Change

I find it funny that the day my upcoming iPhone/iPad programming course ends, Apple will officially release iOS 4.3. Such is the environment in the smartphone/tablet market: continual change and reinvention as established players cement their position and new ones … Continue reading

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