Archive | August, 2013


Google Shrinks Carbon Footprint 9%

Google emitted 1.5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2012, a 9 percent decrease from the previous year, according to the search giant’s latest carbon footprint data. The company purchased carbon offsets to reduce its 2012 footprint to zero. Google says it’s been carbon neutral for six years. Google emits about 8 grams of […]

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Caxton, the invention of printing

William Caxton and the first printing press.       Watch the short clip and see how it all began. Caxton was the first English printer and a translator and importer of books into England. Caxton was born in around 1422 in Kent. He went to London at the age of 16 to become an […]

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Paper, Making Life Better

Why not take a look at this short clip, showing why paper makes life better! Paper brings benefits of providing education, functionality and preserving memories to the everyday lives of people across the country and around the world. This video highlights the many ways that paper plays an important role in our lives and for […]

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The ultimate selfie

3d printing service creates photo real replicas A simple picture of your loved one could become a thing of the past as a new 3D printing service is immortalising people like never before. The pioneering technology is able to capture and then ‘print’ 3D figurine versions of people, and even animals, in unbelievably realistic detail. […]

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complaints was received after the advert aired on Monday

The Power of Advertising

We all need to advertise what we do.  Get it right and you will see your sales rise get it wrong and you will receive complaints. Even the big corporations can get it wrong sometimes.  For example look at the latest advert for Marmite, within 24 hours of the first airing, the Advertising Standards Agency […]

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