PRINT 17: Top Things to Do in Chicago While You’re Here

PRINT 17: Top Things to Do in Chicago While You’re Here

If you’re headed to the Windy City next month for PRINT 17, I thought I would give you insider advice on fun things to do in Chicago while you’re here. Saturday, September 9 Since you probably arrive before the show begins, I suggest you check out a Chicago White Sox home game. They play the Giants at 6:05pm. To access ticket information, go to https://www.mlb.com/whitesox/schedule/2017-09. Sunday, September 10 Attend Summer Dance Chicago. Learn the Cajun Two-Step and the Waltz and…

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Datalogics Annual Product Survey: Your Feedback Matters

Datalogics Annual Product Survey: Your Feedback Matters

At Datalogics, we are deeply committed to supporting our customers, and staying technically-focused to provide them the best possible products and services. Last year, we sent out our Annual Product Survey asking customers what they wanted from our products and how we could make them better. As we write this year’s survey, it was great to review last year’s results and the impact that our customers had on our development priorities in the past 12 months. The top three needs expressed…

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Modern Learning in Denmark: One Customer’s Success with READynamic™

Modern Learning in Denmark: One Customer’s Success with READynamic™

Seeing your customers succeed is always exciting. Having them visit to share their success is even better. CFU Denmark, a READynamic customer, recently made a two-day visit to our office. Needless to say, we were very appreciative that they made the long overseas journey to Chicago. Luckily for them, they came at the right time of year when the weather is best in Chicago – the summertime. Back to our visit with CFU Denmark. Over the two days they were…

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eBooks: A Condensed History

eBooks: A Condensed History

I always think it’s interesting to look at the history of a topic and the interesting tidbits of information that you can pick up for the next time you’re on Jeopardy. So, here is the abridged version of the history of eBooks. 1930—Bob Brown has the idea of an e-Reader after watching his first “talkie” movie (movie with sound). He described it as “A simple reading machine which I can carry or move around, attach to any old electric light…

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