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Recycling in the home to save money and the environment

The sheer quantity of garbage in this world is horrendous. Landfills, covered in glass, plastic, food leftovers and more, blight our landscapes. What we need to do is recycle our trash, not only to save the environment, but also to save a few bucks.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

A paper-based test for cancer unveiled

Scientists have unveiled as prototype for a paper-based test for cancer. The test uses nanoscale agents that detect disease-associated synthetic biomarkers in urine designed for the diagnosis of tumors, heart disease, and more.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 2 comments

BBC presenter Simon McCoy clutches ream of paper instead of iPad

The BBC’s Simon McCoy baffled viewers earlier today by presenting a live news report while holding a stack of refill photocopier paper he thought was an iPad.
In the Media by Mathew Wace Peck - 1 comment

Amnesty’s Fan the Flame campaign

The paper dioramas created by the Russian artists from People Too, at the request of Ogilvy & Mather, have created a moving and powerful ad campaign for Amnesty International.
In the Media by Justin King

Bad advertising: Buchenwald victims used for slimming pills ad

Tallin - In a case of really poor judgment, an Estonian newspaper published an ad for slimming pills, showing exhausted concentration camp torture victims to portray new, slim bodies.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Hawaii the first US state to ban plastic bags

Honolulu - The option to choose paper or plastic is officially coming to an end in sunny Hawaii, the first U.S. state to ban plastic bags.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 4 comments

Trouble brewing in the mills with the Newark Group

As the Newark Group plans for their one-hundred years of innovation anniversary, a troubled past lessens the hope that they will be around for another ten years, let alone one-hundred more.
In the Media by Nicole Byerly

Staples to sell Dunder Mifflin paper products

Scranton - Big box office supply store Staples will sell products based on a fictional company Dunder Mifflin from the NBC comedy "The Office" .
In the Media by Paul Bright

Boy made to 'repent sins' by eating paper with 'sorry' on it

Northallerton - In a bizarre development at a school in Northallerton, England, a mother has pulled her son out of school after a church group forced him to eat a note saying "sorry".
In the Media by Christopher Bates - 5 comments

The Future of Publishing is Wood-Free

The publishing world is changing, and whether in a screen or on the shelf, traditional wood-pulp paper must wave farewell.
In the Media by Kate Padilla - 2 comments

U.S. sets off alert over Chinese paper

Dalian - A paper written by a Chinese graduate student regarding the vulnerability of the U.S. power grid has raised concern in the U.S. congress.
In the Media by Wang Fangqing

London Paper faces closure

News International has suggested it will shut down The London Paper, a free evening paper which is currently running at a loss.
In the Media by Jane Fazackarley - 3 comments

Twitter launches Twitter101, announces new homepage design

Twitter has just announced a new site called Twitter 101 which provides advice to businesses on how to best integrate Twitter into their offerings.
In the Media by Brenton Currie - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Print Media is Alive But Invisible

Hardly a day goes by when one doesn’t read “news” about the demise of a giant metro daily. Even fake news is facing the guillotine now.
In the Media by Alakananda Mookerjee - 4 comments

Australian company makes paper out of wombat droppings

An Australian paper manufacturer has introduced a new successful product into the market: paper made of the faeces of wombats.
In the Media by Richard James - 1 comment

Durable $5000 Home Made From Recycled Paper, Cardboard

A Swiss company has created a low-cost durable prefabricated house from recycled paper and cardboard. A home for two can be built for less than $5,000 and last for years.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 13 comments

Fists of Fury: 2008 World Rock, Paper, Scissors Championship in Toronto

This year's governing body of the Championship for the World Rock, Paper Scissors Society expects record turnout and have a special documentary, ‘Rock Paper Scissors: A Geek Tragedy’ showing at the Bloor Cinema. We talk to a perennial WRPS competitor.
In the Media by Stephen Dohnberg - 2 comments

Is Green Junk Mail Coming?

How many trees does it take to create a piece of junk mail? Too many, according to a growing number of protesters. They want junk mail to go green by encouraging marketers to use recycled paper and choose sustainable vendors.
In the Media by Bob Ewing - 4 comments

British papers apologize to Madeleine McCann's parents

On Wednesday two British newspapers made unprecedented front page apologies to Madeleine McCann's parents because the papers suggested that they might have killed their daughter and covered up her death.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 2 comments

Live In A House Of Cards And Make Your Home An Eco Resource

If your future is as bleak as the planet’s, you will have had visions of a cardboard box existence. Lighten up, cardboard boxes can be fun! If they come blessed with a designer’s touch, that is.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen - 1 comment

Retailer Staples Sees The Woods For The Trees At Long Last

The Wall Street Journal's breaking news story about US office supplier Staples' botched deal with APP, its Singapore paper supplier, was triggered because of a direct intervention by the WSJ's reporter.
In the Media by Angelique van Engelen

The Laundry: Paper Recycling at its Very Best

Bioregional Development Group, a green project company, has started a recycling operation called “The Laundry” in which they take the waste papers from you and give recycled papers instantly for reuse.
In the Media by Chris V. Thangham - 4 comments

Artist sets sail in life-size paper boat

Artist Frank Boelter set sails in his lifesize paper boat, leaving a shipyard in Lauenburg, Germany. He constructed the 9-metre vessel from 'Tetrapack' and fearlessly sailed it up the Elbe, despite the fact the light material used for packaging milk.
In the Media by RobotGod - 2 comments

Paper batteries: they work in a 400 degree temperature range, weigh almost nothing

Yep, a paper battery, with about the same amount of energy as a lithium ion battery, in the same way. The prototype produces 2.5 volts, but the developers say it can be cranked up to power electronic equipment.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 6 comments

One hundred year old paper mill closure to put 385 out of work

The St. Mary's Paper mill in Sault Ste. Marie Ontario has been in business for over 100 years. It will close June 3, putting 385 people out of work.
In the Media by soome2000 - 5 comments

Lego Toilet Paper Dispenser Prototype

This is a project that me and my friends built for school (UC Berkeley). Its made of lego mindstorms, scissors, and some scrap metal. With all things considered, I think it turned out alright. Not only does it fold your paper for you, it also cuts it. It
In the Media by RobotGod - 1 comment

Money Origami

Make cool origami with paper money.
In the Media by RobotGod - 5 comments

The Winter

This must have took a long time to make, a animation on paper of a guy outside in the cold. Clever.
In the Media by Aaron Robson - 2 comments

Super Paper Mario officially on Wii

Good news and bad news from the Mushroom Kingdom.
In the Media by Aaron Robson - 1 comment

Cash Strapped cops

In Sofia, Bulgaria cops are so short of money they dont have pens or paper to interview suspects, their typewriter is held together by a belt and if they need to cordon off a crime area they have to borrow tape from a local repair shop. Is this just...
In the Media by crmblogman
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