Print has a secret power you may not have thought of: touch. The more senses you stimulate, the more your message gets across.
Photo size can be perplexing. Here are some tips to help.
550 years ago today, Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press, passed away. It is hard to exaggerate the importance of Gutenberg’s contributions to society.
Ok, explain this: Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com and the creator of the digital reading device, the Kindle, bought the Washington Post yesterday. What? The man with the reputation […]
I’m going to be honest with you: the only catalog I’ve ever received was the Sear’s Holiday Wish Book. Somehow I’ve flown under the radar of catalog advertisers all these […]
While this week is notably cooler than the typically humid hot box weather of Richmond, VA, a 90 degree outside temperature is enough to make us thankful for the perfect […]
We are super excited to announce our 2013 social media photo contest, “B&B Loves Summertime in Virginia.” Inspired by the creative energy of our fellow Virginians, we are launching this […]
Let me preface this article by saying that this is by no means a bash on the convenient and practical ereaders that are slowly taking over the publishing world. My […]
A few weeks ago we played tour guide, instructor, and wrangler to roughly 30 students, 2 parents, and 1 teacher from Pocahontas Middle School. We started and ended in our […]
Late last week I was cruising through my LinkedIn groups, fishing for rich discussions and meaty topics, when I came across a conversation that reeled me in. This particular group […]