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Do as I say. Not as I do. More backup fun.
Do as I say. Not as I do. More backup fun.
It is with much chagrin (I’ve been waiting almost 20 years for an opportunity to use “chagrin” in a column) that I admit that this doctor is his own worst patient.

That’s right. On July 2, two days before my country’s Independence celebration, my five year old iMac began to crawl.

Here's what happened next ...

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Ontario Papers Share Success While Upgrading Technology
Ontario Papers Share Success While Upgrading Technology
I spent a good bit of my afternoon thinking about the current state of newspapers. In a discussion with a trusted friend and colleague, I once again was challenged to rethink the traditional role newspapers have played and consider a world where most of what we read is provided online by other sources.

Then I remembered a group of newspapers based in the small town of Prescott, Ontario. With a decrease in the number of industry-related conferences, I’ve found myself visiting more places like Prescott of late.

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Ontario Papers Share Success While Upgrading Technology
Ontario Papers Share Success While Upgrading Technology
I spent a good bit of my afternoon thinking about the current state of newspapers. In a discussion with a trusted friend and colleague, I once again was challenged to rethink the traditional role newspapers have played and consider a world where most of what we read is provided online by other sources.

Then I remembered a group of newspapers based in the small town of Prescott, Ontario. With a decrease in the number of industry-related conferences, I’ve found myself visiting more places like Prescott of late.

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Two Great Online Journalism Tools
Two Great Online Journalism Tools
As convention season approaches, I tend to do a lot of research to prepare new information. Two weeks ago, in Indianapolis, I addressed the publishers of the state on my latest topic titled, “Online Journalism II: The Sequel.”

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New & Upgraded Products Plentiful in November
New & Upgraded Products Plentiful in November
I can’t remember a time when so many exciting upgrades and products were released at once. After speaking to a room filled with newspaper owners and publishers at the National Newspaper Association convention this week, I was a little overwhelmed by the number of folks ready to make wholesale changes and upgrades in their operations.

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QuarkXPress 8 Release Full of Surprises for the Design Professional
QuarkXPress 8 Release Full of Surprises for the Design Professional
Quark 8 or Acroabat? I’ve been in a dilemma about which application to review. I’ve had boxes sitting on my desk that contain the just released versions of both applications for the past week. When I woke up this morning, I was sure I’d be writing a review of Acrobat Professional 9. But I just can’t help but feel there’s something calling me to try out Quark’s latest offering. OK, QuarkXPress 8 (QX8) it is.

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Quark hopes to keep - and attract - designers with QuarkXPress 8
Quark hopes to keep - and attract - designers with QuarkXPress 8
Do not miss this! Quark and Adobe announce major upgrades this week. Will Quark 8 finally take a bite out of InDesign? Read more to find out what Kevin thinks.
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And speaking of upgrades, Adobe makes an announcement of its own <p>
And speaking of upgrades, Adobe makes an announcement of its own

Not to be left out in the cold, Adobe made its own announcement this week about the next version of Acrobat. Read more about version 9.0.
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