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POSTED - Friday, April 02, 2010

Will the iPad kill print?

I can't imagine print will last very long once the iPad and other devices flood the market.  Not just periodicals and books either.  Flyers, catalogs, any direct mail will eventually become obsolete.  This falls in our market with companies like VistaPrint, Deluxe, NEBS, etc providing primarily print products on paper AND printed and embroidered apparel.  I bet even business cards will fall by the wayside eventually.  Stationary, invites and high end printed cards should endure since its more personal and almost a gift in itself.  I love Moo.com's mini-cards as a replacement for business cards as well.  But, pure functional print should disappear.  How did this take so long?
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