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'Print is Here to Stay': a WSJ article spreads like wildfire

Thursday, March 7, 2013

It’s no wonder a recent Wall Street Journal essay on the longevity of print books is circulating the web faster than “Fifty Shades” climbed bestseller lists. It is, after all, music to many bibliophiles’ ears.

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Why Printed Books Will Never Die

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Measured en masse, the stack of "books I want to read" that sits precariously on the edge of a built-in bookshelf in my dining room just about eclipses 5,000 pages. The shelf is full to bursting with titles I hope to consume at some indeterminate point in the future.

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Some Seniors Resist Electronic Social Security Payments

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Glenn Smallwood does not have a cellphone, computer or credit card. Nor does he have a bank account. And that’s exactly the way he likes it. “I guess you could say I’m an old fuddy duddy,” Smallwood, 63, a semi-retired insurance salesman in Clearwater, Fla., told ABC News. “I’m set in my ways. I don’t want my money in a bank. I keep my money in my pocket.”

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Low-Tech Tools Bring High-Value Rewards

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Even with the abundance of high-tech solutions for franchise businesses, low-tech solutions like taking pen to paper still remain vital daily tools for many franchise managers. This isn’t due to a lack of sophistication, money or resources; it’s just plain effective. The fact is the combination of the two stimulates higher brain activity and efficiency, which provides more fluidity within an operation.

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