4COLOR PRINTING…ANYONE?Written by Jinky C. Mesias
So just what is 4 color printing? 4color printing is a process wherein it make used of 4 screens and 4 inks in order to reproduce color of original image. 4color printing is also referred to as process printing and it is considered to be best in full color printing.
4color printing has somewhat revolutionized printing industry since it has made color jobs easy and affordable. Aside from that, images printed by means of 4color printing really stands out while its stunning colors provide copy with touch it needs to equal quality of original image. 4color printing can make any stale document come to life at a cost that won’t break bank. Likewise, 4 color printing is best when used in business cards since it can really impressed clients. The colors are simply awesome, guarantees that your business cards won’t be put in trash. 4color printing assures you that your business cards will reflect an exemplifying image of you and your business. Clients are sure to call you since you have successfully grabbed their attention. Another advantage is that you won’t need to provide them with souvenirs since your business card is enough to function as your souvenir. And of course with client calling you possibility of closing a deal is not farfetched. With sales comes business growth. By using 4color printing your business is assured of a market share.
Nostalgic Flashback Of The 1950s EraWritten by Barbara Wangelid
Since I grew up in 1950's it is fun for me to reflect on some of nifty things during that era.
Drive In Theatres Known then as "passion pit", Drive In Theatres bring back many happy memories! My birthday being in July was prime season for Drive In movies. I would invite all my friends over to celebrate my birthday complete with my mother's homemade barbeque sandwiches which was my favorite.She would make it from sliced rump roast and then lay meat in an electric skillet smothered in barbeque sauce. Just before dark we would all pile into a car and head for drive In. I still remember intermission jingle "Let's all go to lobby" with hot dog, soda drink and popcorn dancing across screen. The Drive In was favorite place to go on a date and after show we would go to Steak n Shake for a hamburger and fries. At that time you stayed in your car and your food was brought to you. A tray holder was placed on drivers side window to hold food. It was just brought to my attention from my teenage grandchildren that "going steady" is no longer used. I asked them what do you call it now? They replied just "going out". Makes no sense to me, but that is how times change. Back in 50's and 60's when you were "going steady", girl would be given her boyfriends ring to wear. Because they were always too big to fit, we would wrap back with white bandage tape and then cover that with fuzzy angora yarn in different colors.. way too cool! The only place you could buy angora in my town was a department store downtown and I can still remember that they did not have cash registers at counters, but instead clerk would send your money through a vacuum tube that led upstairs to cashiers office. It was much like drive in banking tube that is used today.
Rock n Roll The summer of 1955 with Bill Haley's song "Rock Around Clock" changed music we listened to forever. I was hooked. Then came Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, and rest is history. Every Saturday I would walk downtown to Lindstrom's Record store and listen to latest hits and always come home with at least one new 45. In my bedroom next to my bed was my radio that I would listen to every night just to hear newest songs. Radio at that time was AM only and at night with less interference in airwaves I could pick up a station from Little Rock which was about 600 miles from where I lived. The commercial that I will never forget was for White Rose Petroleum Jelly. I was so excited night I heard song "Sea Cruise" that I ran down to Lindstrom's to buy it only to find out that it wasn't available yet. My parents did not like Rock n Roll and would say it sounds like noise. They did however "put up" with it and allowed me to play my record player as loud as it would go which was not very loud when compared to today's stereos. Now we have a stereo in living room, a portable stereo in garage complete with subwoofer, subwoofers on our computers and a subwoofer in car. My love for music has stayed with me and music and equipment to play it with just keeps getting better.