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What’s New, Google?

In June I had the good fortune of being one of approximately 6,000 attendees at Google I/O 2014. I/O is the company’s annual conference for developers who build products based on Google platforms. Over the course of two days at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA,...
What’s the Latest with Google Glass and Layar?

What’s the Latest with Google Glass and Layar?

Every now and then some of us want a quick update on where the Google Glass initiative stands. With all of the recent publicity surrounding smart watches (Samsung and Sony are releasing new versions this fall), Google Glass news may have taken a (very) temporary...

A Superior Platform for Digital STM Articles: Sheridan M3 Mobile

Journal article ePrints are common currency in today’s online content environment. But only one platform stands out above all others for secure content delivery, problem-free access, and exceptional navigation and viewability. Sheridan’s proprietary M3 Mobile...
Sheridan’s Literati Moment; the Joy of Exhibiting at AWP

Sheridan’s Literati Moment; the Joy of Exhibiting at AWP

If you’ve ever attended the Association for Writers & Writing Programs annual conference— known by most as the AWP— you are familiar with the hectic schedule, the after-hours events, the conflicting pull to attend multiple panels at the same time, the hashtags,...

For the Love of Print

For authors, the decision to self-publish is a big one. Making the choice to market, and be the advocate of, your own writing can be a huge but rewarding undertaking. But designing the publication itself—its cover art, the paper choices—without guidance or help, those...

A Place for Everything… (The power of 5S.)

At the risk of oversimplifying or stereotyping, I think we can generally agree that like people, there are two types of production facilities: those that try to operate through a level of clutter, and those that require neatness and order. Sheridan print production...