Monthly Archives: April 2014

16 Dumb Grammar Mistakes to Avoid [Infographic]

We all make little grammar mistakes, but what about those pesky grammar or spelling rules that we all get hung up on, like the difference between affect and effect?  You've probably asked yourself the difference between the usage of whom and who a time or two, right? The infographic below, from Shortstack, offers the help you need to feel…
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Alexander’s Celebrates 35 Years of Business

It's hard to believe that Alexander's started as a small copy shop way back in 1979, and that this year marks our 35th year of business. Of course, we're thrilled that we've come so far and that we still have the greatest customers around. Yesterday, our team sat down to discuss some of our milestones. With so…
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Your brain prefers paper

With large strides in the advance of smartphones, tablets and computers, it’s smart to ask ourselves how technology is changing the way we think. Are we losing comprehension skills or necessary brain functions as a result of digital and technological tools? Studies over the past two decades indicate that people seem to understand and remember text…
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Variable Data Printing: The power of personalization

Have you ever received a personalized card, flyer or gift with your name and a unique message printed across the front? There's just something about that personal touch that makes a lasting impression. Today's digital print technology allows Alexander's and other printers to customize and personalize print projects using variable data printing, or VDP. But variable data…
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