Eight track players, slide rules and 45 rpm records have all become subjects of trivia questions as a result of new technology. Are printed telephone directories, newspapers and fax machines next?
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Unless you’re in the business of travel, it’s entirely possible you are experiencing a summer business slump, particularly now when the economy is less than stellar. But, rather than wallow in your diminishing return of profits, use this period wisely to:
In celebration of Earth Day here at Next Day Flyers we’re working behind the scenes to make the world more Earth Friendly. For instance, we’ll soon be using sources that offer more recycled paper. Our mailing service will also help you eliminate duplications and inactive addresses so your mailing list is clean and green. And for a long time we’ve been using UV coating that is solvent free. Our excess paper waste is recycled – not incinerated or dumped in a landfill. Plus we offer our customers easy online ordering and proofing.
Earth Day began in 1970 as an annual celebration of the environment and as a time to assess what we still need to do to protect the natural resources of our planet.1 And though awareness has grown, no one would argue that we have a long way to go.
The history of St. Patrick’s Day, like many holidays, is filled with many stories, some true, some not, and some with a wee bit of magic. St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated by the Irish as a religious holiday for more than a thousand years. Interestingly, there is no particular evidence that Patrick came from a religious family, so how then did he go become St. Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, and the inspiration for this beer-gone-green holiday?1