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Nothing in fine print is ever good news.
I started small with commercials and print.
I know the Federal Reserve Bank can continue to print more and more money… but city and state governments cannot.
All the states are required, either by constitution or by statute, to have balanced budgets – they’re not able to print money. So they have to focus on establishing priorities.
The moment of the print button for biology is nearing. Effectively, this could also mean that in a not-too-distant future, smart pharmacology will permit us to receive a continuous supply of antidepressants or neuroenhancers every time our dopamine level drops.
Technology has already opened the door a bit wider for filmmakers, with smaller digital cameras making production less cumbersome. Social media is allowing self-distribution, and girl groups like Spark Summit are leading the way in calling for fewer Photoshop image alterations of girls in print media.
Every time that I wanted to give up, if I saw an interesting textile, print what ever, suddenly I would see a collection.
A visit to a bookshop will be a difficult one if you’re looking for any picture book in print that is more than 50 years old.
Online advertising is increasingly only a fraction of what is being lost from print advertising, and it is under constant pressure.
I try to lie as much as I can when I’m interviewed. It’s reverse psychology. I figure if you lie, they’ll print the truth.
Everyone in our clique rocks a black bandana with the print ‘EST 19XX’ on them 24/7. As the underdog, you are expected to lose or give up and ‘wave the white towel,’ so that is why our flag is black. We never give up – never surrender. EST means ‘Everyone Stands Together.’ The ’19XX’ is to represent any age.
We don’t know where print is going.
Even conservative columnists tend to prefer humor that isn’t fit to print.
There is a considerable amount of manipulation in the printmaking from the straight photograph to the finished print. If I do my job correctly that shouldn’t be visible at all, it should be transparent.
I love print comics.
I see publishers bemoaning their fate and saying that this is the end of publishing. No! Publishers will recreate themselves. Some of that comes from my experience as a print publisher.
When the Internet came along, the first thing I did was look up Wu-Tang so I could print out their symbol and glue it onto my skateboard.
I’m doing TV interviews, I’m doing many, many print interviews.
There is a continuous stream of opinions on governance issues expressed daily, not only in our Parliament and in the print media, but also on talk-radio and social media.
My mother and father definitely encouraged me. People used to tell my mom that I should be in commercials, and then everything kicked off from there, and my first gig was some print work.
They’ve been irrelevant to me, the print media, because my link does not depend upon the menial minds of the scribblers in Canberra or anywhere else.
My company, Against All Odds Productions, has done print on demand; we were the first to do a book with a CD-ROM in the early 1990s. We do custom covers. It’s always fun to do something new.
I don’t want to see the end of popular print journalism.
We print 37 million copies, and we found out about the unfortunate news as we were putting the issue to bed.
I think the media are so hypocritical a lot of the time in the way they chastise something just so that they can print it again.
Whatever it takes to get the image to reach that level is what that photographer needs to do. And for me, I just have such a love of the tactile and sensuous quality of a black and white silver gelatin print.
I prefer to read print books. Maybe I’m just a little old-school. I do read e-books.
I don’t think Albert Einstein could have devised an equation to guide the leader of the free world during the wildly tumultuous post-9/11 realities without a modicum of help from the opposition party and the vast majority of the print and electronic media.
I think it’s a lack of journalistic integrity to print things with anonymous sources.
Print and television journalism are very different, and it’s not like one is better than the other.
As long as I don’t write about the government, religion, politics, and other institutions, I am free to print anything.
I did learn one great lesson from a past relationship, and that was to never talk about relationships in print again because I’d rather live my private life than read about it.
I started as a print reporter.
In traditional 3D printing, the gantry size poses an obvious limitation for the designer who wishes to print in larger scales and achieve structural and material complexity.
I can’t name three first-rate literary critics in the United States. I’m told there are a few hidden away at universities, but they don’t print them in ‘The New York Times.’
It’s worth knowing that there’s very different sets of regulation for the print press and for broadcast media. They’re different things, particularly during campaign periods.
In a way, film and television are in the same sort of traumatic trance that print journalism is. The technology has outpaced our comprehension of its implications.
There are some things the general public does not need to know and shouldn’t. I believe democracy flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets, and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows.
As editor-in-chief of the ‘Guardian‘ and the ‘Observer‘, my job is to ensure that our independent journalism continues to be enjoyed by as many readers as possible and that our print newspapers make a positive financial contribution to securing a sustainable future.
But, right now, the situation is that almost all of my writing is out of print.
We photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing, and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth can make them come back again. We cannot develop and print a memory.
Without always meaning to, I write really long short stories, 60-pagers, 90-pagers, pieces of fiction that are too long for all but the bravest magazines to print, and too short for all but the bravest book publishers to publish.
I’ll never put my memoirs in print.
The United States can pay any debt it has because we can always print money to do that. So there is zero probability of default.
Accuracy is to a newspaper what virtue is to a lady, but a newspaper can always print a retraction.
Print publications have to be as luxurious an experience as possible. You have to feel it coming off the page. You have to see photographs and pieces that you couldn’t possibly see anywhere else.
My men’s-underwear print ads are very popular!
There isn’t much room for an outsider point of view in print any more.
I want children to learn to develop deep reading skills in the beginning in print. I believe the physicality of print is much better in the beginning for children, and then help them learn how to use their deep reading skills on digital medium.
I have that huge print from Pollock by the piano because the influence is reciprocal. He was into hearing music while he created, and I sometimes do the opposite. I’m influenced by everything from an ant to a dream.
One of the things that is counterintuitive about BuzzFeed is that there’s not a natural corollary to what we’re doing because it isn’t possible to distribute content through word-of-mouth in print.
Police blog or entertainment news, it’s just good to see your name in print.
I always wanted to have a career in print and as a broadcaster.
I broadcast games. I think there is a huge difference between print journalism and broadcasting. I don’t have to say, ‘sources close to LeBron James,’ five times a game. I can just put my name to it. I say what I believe. It doesn’t mean it’s right. It’s what I believe.
The power of the print reviewer is one of those urban myths. There have always been shows that slipped under the critical radar to become popular successes: ‘Tobacco Road’, ‘Abie’s Irish Rose’ and our old friend ‘Spider-Man’, which got the worst reviews in theatre history and is still apparently going strong.
Friendship is a word, the very sight of which in print makes the heart warm.
For my 50th birthday, I got ahold of a new print of ‘Saturday Night Fever.’ I see it much more as a tough coming-of-age movie than as a disco story.
When you’re making a print book in 2012, I actually think the onus is on you – and on your publisher – to make something that’s worth buying in its physical edition.
I’ve seen the people who talk about their love lives in print invariably have doomed relationships with the person they’re talking about.
Lists are anti-democratic, discriminatory, elitist, and sometimes the print is too small.
I worked in the warehouse, and I would pick up orders. I would go to the computer screen, print off the order from a customer and then it would have where all the stuff was located in the warehouse. I’d go get a big gray cart, and you had to fill up these bins with all the parts. And it wasn’t air-conditioned in there.
Sarcasm doesn’t translate in print at all.
I grew up in the ’70s and ’80s, at a time that I’d argue was the absolute golden age of American popular culture. Because not only did we have all of the fantastic new stuff in print and on screens, but we had a constant supply of everything that came before, as well.
I won’t do any print interviews anymore. No matter what I say, it gets distorted.
Rereading one’s own novels after many years is always a fraught business, but when a novel has fallen out of print – ‘The Very Model of a Man’ is the only novel of mine that has – and so crops up infrequently in conversations with readers or indeed with oneself, revisiting it can be perilous.
When you talk to women who were working as print journalists or in broadcasting in the ’50s, and then you talk to women who were working in the late ’60s, there’s an enormous difference. There had already been a huge transition. Then, of course, you get well into the ’70s and there were women with children working.
When ‘Catch Me If You Can’ was published back in 1980, I never dreamed that it would become a bestseller, much less a major motion picture and now a big Broadway musical. What’s amazing about the book is that it has never gone out of print.
I consider it essential that the photographer should do his own printing and enlarging. The final effect of the finished print depends so much on these operations.
I do a lot of revising on paper. Sometimes I think I should just write longhand – what I type reads very different once I print it out.
TV journalism is a much more collaborative, horizontal business than print reporting. It has to be, because of the logistics. Anchors are wholly dependent on producers to do all the hustling.
Anybody who’s spent thirteen or fourteen years in print journalism has a lot of stories he thinks were inwardly satisfying as far as preparation, understanding, and diligence.
Several times I drew a critical cartoon and then, at the last moment, stopped myself from putting it out in print. I thought it would be misunderstood, be a politically incorrect thing to do.
The assumption should be that we will not appear in print or the blogosphere. Having dinner should not be fodder for Facebook. And this is just as true for ‘public personalities‘ as it is for the average person. After all, even people in the public eye have a right to a private life.
If all printers were determined not to print anything till they were sure it would offend nobody, there would be very little printed.
I think a lot of politicians, rightfully so, understand that their political futures are tied to how many times people see their names in print. The press is so accustomed to politicians wanting those things, it’s a surprise when somebody‘s like, ‘Whatever, I’m not really worried about those things.’
The only thing of value I have in this life is my ability to tell a story, whether in print, orating, writing it down or having people acting it out. That’s why I’m always hoping society never collapses because the first ones to go will be entertainers.
People want to download publications quickly and read them without cruft. Publications that started in print carry too much baggage and usually have awful apps. ‘The Magazine’ was designed from the start to be streamlined, natively digital, and respectful of readers’ time and attention.
One thing I often talk about in my business is that an eBook is not like a print book: it’s very, very different. It’s organic. It’s changing.
Print books have an amazing superpower because they don’t disappear when you’re done with them. Books on the shelf remind you that they exist.
Of the modern critics, although I disagree with almost everything she says, I admire Mary McCarthy‘s eloquence and social observation in ‘Sights and Spectacles‘; she thinks in print, but she doesn’t have a real feel for the stage.
Now, past middle age, with so many books written I still care about and only a few still in print, I know the feeling of being overlooked.
To me, the print business model is so simple, where readers pay a dollar for all the content within, and that supports the enterprise.
There’s an obvious marketing component to doing something digitally where you’re reaching out to new readers that you can’t do in the existing print marketplace, or that it’s difficult to do in the existing print marketplace.
I’m obsessed with any kind of floral print.
I represent women that you don’t see a lot in media and in print.
Though I work in broadcasting and host a daily radio show, I got my start in print journalism.
I try to keep all my novels in print. Sometimes publishers don’t agree with me as to their worth.
‘Nothing But the Truth’ is a journalistic thriller that is set during the end of days for print media.
With a computer, you make your changes on the screen and then you print out a clean copy. With a typewriter, you can’t get a clean manuscript unless you start again from scratch. It’s an incredibly tedious process.
When I was a kid, I saw Mardi Gras in New Orleans. So to me Party Rock was always wear your animal print, bring your no-lenses glasses, dress up in a bunch of colors and have fun. Animal print is a must.
The first thing I do when I book a fight is I go to the Internet and I print out a picture of the guy and put it on my refrigerator.
As a professional athlete, the small print says there could be a trade at some point in your career. Sometimes expected, sometimes not. You have to be able to handle that.
I’ve been very transparent with reporters, but they only want to print mean stuff.
You’ve had some terrific print information that gets everybody’s attention in this town.
Do you know the difference between education and experience? Education is when you read the fine print; experience is what you get when you don’t.
We print money. The people that print the money is actually us. The government of the United States of America. By its very nature, we control that, and this system is there as representation of us.
In the Einstein way, I can’t believe in a universe that doesn’t have some sort of prime mover, identical with all of created nature. I have a whole lot of a harder time with supposing the fine print of the Torah was a direct revelation.
I’ve never read an ebook. Print every time.
If you print money like in Zimbabwe… the purchasing power of money goes down, and the standards of living go down, and eventually, you have a civil war.
Sarcasm doesn’t read sarcastic in print.
‘Tis pleasant, sure, to see one’s name in print. A book’s a book, although there’s nothing in ‘t.
I’ve been trying to make this argument that digital comics and print comics are both art, but there are subtle differences.
The big print giveth, and the fine print taketh away.
When the government runs out of lenders, it can do something that households are forbidden to do: print money.
Growing up, I didn’t give my grandfather‘s photography a second thought. I wasn’t involved in his work, except that I helped my dad print his negatives.
I highlight everything I find interesting, and then type out everything I’ve highlighted, and then print out everything I’ve typed, and reread these printed notes as often as possible.
When I first started submitting my work professionally – and we’re talking years and years ago – I had no patience for editorial response times. I hated waiting to hear back from people, hated waiting to see my work in print.
I hope that not only my documentaries, but everybody’s documentaries, last. It will really confuse historians in the next century, because they’ll have, in addition to all the print material, they’ll have all these pictures to look at.
Movie distribution may very well have migrated fully to digital form by then, making a huge dent in the need to print film and physically distribute content.
What one has not experienced, one will never understand in print.
Cinema isn’t just a good medium for translating graphic novels. It’s specifically a good medium for superheroes. On a fundamental, emotional level, superheroes, whether in print or on film, serve the same function for their audience as Golden Age movie stars did for theirs: they create glamour.
I have been a print reporter my whole career. It’s all I ever wanted to be. I specialize in political profiles. I have probably profiled hundreds of people over the years, people in very powerful positions. People don’t always like what I write, but most people still talk to me.
I love anything leopard print, but sometimes an all over print can be a bit much.
Like having your own licence to print money.
The fact that there are still mainstream print media outlets willing to devote precious pages to book coverage at all is a triumph we should all be celebrating.
Education is when you read the fine print. Experience is what you get if you don’t.
I have always loved westerns… supernatural westerns in particular. One of my first professional short story sales was a horror/western story. It wasn’t so great, though, so I’m glad the magazine folded before it saw print.
My earliest design work was print, and that was my first love. Of course, as the years went on, I did more and more Web design and less and less print. And like everyone who made the switch from print to Web design, I bemoaned the lack of control.
The simplest definition of advertising, and one that will probably meet the test of critical examination, is that advertising is selling in print.
I think track is still one of the most exciting participant sports, but we haven’t been able to capitalize on that excitement through television and the print media.
We had seen the way the print industry had been disrupted; we’d seen how the audio industry got disrupted, so it just seemed like a natural progression that video was next. We thought we were late to the game in 2003.
I think it goes back to my high school days. In computer class, the first assignment was to write a program to print the first 100 Fibonacci numbers. Instead, I wrote a program that would steal passwords of students. My teacher gave me an A.
I have been a print journalist.
The negative is the equivalent of the composer‘s score, and the print the performance.
With a face like mine, I do better in print.
If the response to ‘Suite Francaise’ is any indication, there’s a great deal of curiosity about Nemirovsky, and the best way to deal with it is to produce another book. So much of her work has been unavailable, and we want to bring as much of it back into print as possible.
I used to be a print reporter.