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Michael Jahn is a slightly used PDF Evangelist

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Current Company
Jahn & Associates
Current Position/Job Title
PDF Color Conversion Specialist
Primary Business Type
Consultant
My Website
http://michaelejahn.blogspot.com/

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Paper to PDF ?
http://sites.google.com/site/blackbox3000/Home/about-blackbox3000/detailed-overview
"Chris Boughton"
If you are looking for a system that can convert a paper book into a POD file, check them out.

Trying to implement G7?
http://www.spotonpress.com/
"Bruce Bayne"
I am not a reseller, but I really think this is one of the better tools available.

SAAS Photoalbum kit
http://www.tribalsketch.com/
"David Lewis"
Need a tribute, scrapbook or photo memory book ? -- www.photoalbum.com
http://www.publish.com/c/a/Printing/Photoalbumcom-leverages-PDF-for-scrapbookers/

IQColour
"John Sweeney" ,
http://www.iqcolour.com/about_company.html
So, we all tried color management, hated it, all but ignored and walked around the elephant in the room and have settled on Device Link Profiles - it that the best we can do ? For the color scientist inside you - check out this online CIE Standards Compare tool
http://www.folabs.com/QG/colorCompare.html
or - if you really want to really understand the Helmholtz-Kohlrausch effect
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfwf37zj_973c9dkw8gc

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PressWise API

Someone recently asked me "What is this PressWise API you keep talking about, what does it do?"



I will spend the next few posts explaining what an API is, and why - if you are a print service provider - that you might care and how PressWise customers and third party storefront developers take advantage of it.



So, what does an API 'look like" ? A simple and commonly used example of an API in action is a website that…

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Posted on March 28, 2012 at 11:27am

Express Label Print - live on the show floor at GOA ( Graphics Of America )

Expo & Conference • February 24-26, 2011 

Orlando/Orange County Convention Center

 

It is a great day 2 on the show floor

lots of traffic and activity in the OKI booth as people look at this label printer.

 

If you are there, ask for Alvaro…

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Posted on February 25, 2011 at 5:41pm

Compose signed distribution agreement with Founder International to market Founder PaSharp on a worldwide basis.

Hong Kong  January 25, 2011 -- Compose System Ltd is pleased to announce a new partnership with Founder International to launch their most successful packaging solution – PaSharp, ideally for packaging, Flexo and Label printing work.  

PaSharp offers professional trapping tools, specialized step & repeat functions for packaging as well as a wide array of editing tools enabling prepress operators to boost efficiency and…

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Posted on January 26, 2011 at 8:26pm

It is official - yeah, I am old - I am a 1000 PA !

Yep, I got the mug to prove it...


-- yet another PDF Evangelist has joined the frey...

Posted on December 25, 2009 at 6:41pm

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 11:29am on April 20, 2009, Paul Edwards said…
Michael,
I just want you to know that YOU are not the GREEN POLICEMAN!

You are entitled to YOUR opinion, but BACK OFF of throwing dirt on mine.
FormStore and Kodak are BOTH environmental leaders in our industry and I do not need you radical left wing tree hugger attitude bashing me or my postings on Print Junkie.

Kodak Dimensional print is new, exciting and environmentally friendly, so you can tack your crude print junkie response and compost it!

Paul Edwards, CDC
President
FormStore Incorporated
At 1:53pm on April 20, 2009, Peter Guglietta said…
Mr. Jahn:
I read your post regarding Paul Edwards' message regarding digital print and the environment. I don't know where you come off as a self-appointed expert on all things green, but I can tell you that the tone of what you posted was "yellow" in character and "brown" for content.

First of all, you have no business criticizing Mr. Edwards. His company has taken many initiatives toward the very thing you so piously preach about. His company is 100% wind powered, for starters. Second, he has taken very real steps to become part of the solution we ALL seek in this area. For you to throw dirt on his statements without having the character to engage Mr. Edwards directly shows me what you are made of.

You are not the green police, sir. There are as many opinions and solutions to renewable resources and green initiatives as there are stars in the sky. A lot of us prefer to work with real-world solutions, instead of bashing anyone who doesn't measure up to their PC-fueled idea of what is green. As Kermit the Frog so eloquently put it, "It's not that easy being green."

So in closing, I strongly suggest you offer Mr. Edwards an apology for your back-door sniping. And while you're at it, might I suggest you put out your cigar, as you are polluting our airspace.

Peter Guglietta
Mt. Prospect, IL
pgooglie@sbcglobal.net
At 2:38pm on April 21, 2009, Peter Guglietta said…
Michael,
You didn't need to mention Mr. Edwards by name or his company, since anyone reading posts on the board would have known who you were talking about. Why not take your issue directly to Mr. Edwards and engage him in debate instead of attacking his credibilty via the method you chose. Instead of being a stand-up guy you chose to throw a cheap shot. Maybe that works in your world but it doesn't work elsewhere.
At 2:23pm on July 21, 2009, Jim Nardone said…
Oops...thanks!
At 11:38pm on August 16, 2009, Paul Edwards said…
Hi Michael,
I am really and seriously curious.....
How do you ever get any actual work done in between all of your social networking and maintaining all of your sites shown below? We are looking into a wide variety of socila networking possibilities. Many seem to have possibilities, but others seem like just people with egos wasting time trying to engae and waste other people's time. Can you help me understand if there is some kind of business value here or if this is all just a fun hobby for non business hours?

Thanks,

Web: http://www.ioflex.com
Backgrounder: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dfwf37zj_31dpg7qrg2&hl
Email: michael.jahn@ioflex.com

Web: http://www.iqcolour.com
Backgrounder: http://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=dfwf37zj_1077dfc3qxhq&hl
Email: mjahn@iqcolour.com

Skype: michaelejahn
Twitter: http://twitter.com/michaelejahn
Blog: http://michaelejahn.blogspot.com/
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/michaelejahn
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelejahn

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