Given the recent buzz in the blablabla-o-sphere, can you see what I'm seeing. I see the window opening. But trust me, this is going to close in about a year. When CNBC gets it, the signal is going to break through the noise. Then it's all about price, price, price. Much lower margins when the window closes, then when it starts to open.
HP? Oce? InfoPrint? . . . and bringing up the rear with Stream, Kodak . . .
Can Digital Technology Save Print? - CNBC Guest Blog - CNBC.com:
"Some would say that newspapers’ circulation, readership and revenue declines are directly caused by digital technology. But I contend that it’s actually new digital printing technologies that could very well be the savior of the printed page.
Could personalized newspapers, specifically printed to meet the needs of an individual reader, alter the fates of publications slated for the chopping block? I say there’s a strong reason to believe so. Before we call it quits for print, let’s be sure to take a fair and balanced look at the industry and all of its technology options, just as we would expect any good newspaper article to do. Given the current environment, technology could very well provide the type of transformative impetus that could keep the newspaper business relavant and viable for many years to come.
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