The word print is a noun. Print means (1) a printed picture produced from a photographic negative, (2) a picture or design printed from an engraving, (3) a fabric with a dyed pattern pressed onto it (usually by engraved rollers), (4) a copy of a movie on film (especially a particular version of it), (5) the result of the printing process, (6) a visible indication made on a surface.
Print is also a verb that means (1) put into print, (2) write as if with print; not cursive, (3) reproduce by printing, (4) make into a print.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word print.
is a bimonthly magazine that was founded in 1940. It is dedicated to showcasing exceptional design, both on and off the page. Print covers publication and book design, animation, exhibitions and street art, and corporate branding. Print also covers social, commercial, and environmental design.
- Pictures and Prints
Browse this pictures and prints retailer directory to find picture and print
retailers in the United States. The illustration on this web page depicts a zebra stripes print.
- Fine Art Prints
Fine art is art that is produced for aesthetic enjoyment, rather than utilitarian purpose. Fine art prints encompass realistic, expressionistic, and abstract styles of drawing and painting.
- Digital Art Prints
Digital fine art prints are reproductions of original artwork using a special type of digital photography. Learn more about digital fine art prints with this helpful guide.
- Catalog Shopping
Whether in print
or online, catalogs provide a convenient way for the consumer to shop from the privacy of home. Visit this site to learn the history of catalog shopping.
- New York Times Video
On this site, users can watch video reports of stories that appear in the New York Times. The site is searchable by subject and has links to sections of the New York Times online and print
AddAll searches for the best price for a book title. It was created by booksellers for booksellers but is available free to anyone. Users can search for new, used, and out of print
books and also by price. AddAll also offers a comparison price search for movies and music.
CareerBuilder, operated by The Gannett Company, offers a vast online and print
network to help jobseekers connect with employers. Users can search by job title or location, browse job categories, search by company and others. Also help with resumes, a career test, salary calculator, job fairs, and more.
- CAS - Chemical Abstracts Service
CAS, located in Columbus, Ohio, is a division of the American Chemical Society. It is the producer of the largest and most comprehensive databases of chemical information. Its principal databases are Chemical Abstracts (CA), which contains over 27 million documents. CAS offers online, web-based, desk-top, print, and CD-ROM access to its databases, all available by subscription.
Costco is an international chain of membership warehouses that sells brand name products for less. They currently have 518 warehouses, in 383 locations in the U.S., and 49 million cardholders. On the website, users can find store locations, browse products in dozens of categories, and order items online. There is also a link to manufacturers' rebates where users can print
off rebate forms.
CSA recently joined with ProQuest, both worldwide information companies, to publish, in print
and online, 100 full-text databases and journals in the natural sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, and technology. Their products are used widely in academic libraries and other research organizations and are ordered on subscription. Each of the databases is fully described on the website.
- The Christian Science Monitor
The Christian Science Monitor is a national daily newspaper founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1908. This website is the online edition. There is only one religious column a day, as requested by Eddy. The rest is independent national and international news that uses for sources their own reporters around the world rather than just AP and Reuters. Print
and online subscriptions can be ordered.
eWeek is the online version of the print
magazine, eWeek. It is a source for high tech news, updated continuously. It offers news, analysis, and technology evaluations and is aimed at business professionals to help them make the best decisions about electronic products. Also on the site are special reports by business sector, subscription information, a job search, and more.
The Globe began in 1843 in Toronto, Canada and remains Canada's foremost newspaper. In 1995, they launched globeandmail.com, which contains news and information from financial sources. The website offers breaking news, Canadian news, world news, real estate, business, sports, arts, and more. The website also has a link to the daily print
edition of the paper.
- Graphics.com - Creative Design Resource
This JupiterMedia site is devoted to graphics for print
and for the web. Read news from graphics software vendors as well as tips, tutorials, and reviews of graphic design products and services.
- Physics World
Physicsworld.com is the online version of the journal Physics World, a publication of the Institute of Physics. Users can read news stories, search for articles by subject area, find out about events, search for jobs, subscribe to the print
version, and join the IOP. There is also a buyer's guide to companies and products.
- Publishers Weekly
PW, a Reed Elsevier publication, is a major source of news and reviews about books. It is widely used by libraries and others in the book trade. Publishers Weekly Virtual Edition contains up-to-date book news, book selling, best seller lists, commentary, blogs, author interviews, deals, and much more. Both print
and web versions are available by subscription.
- Random House
Random House, a division of Bertelsmann AG and originally founded in 1925, is a publisher of English language trade books. Their many imprints include Bantam, Doubleday, Dell, Knopf, Crown, and others. The website contains information about the company, lists of titles in print, and a shopping cart. Also news about books and events.
With Shutterfly, users can develop, print
and share digital photographs. Pictures that are developed online can be picked up as prints at Target stores. Users can create gifts such as calendars, books, invitations, mugs, mouse pads, and much more. The website also contains enhancing tools so that photos can be cropped, red-eye reduced, and other sorts of improving and altering pictures.
The Wiley publishing house actually began as a print
shop in 1807. Wiley is an STM publisher, including books, journals, encyclopedias, and electronic resources. Professional trade books are published in the subjects of business, accounting, psychology, architecture, culinary arts,and general interest, among others. They are also a major publisher of textbooks for college students.
Wired.com is the website for Wired Magazine, which calls itself the first word on how technology is changing our world. Wired Magazine has been published since 1993. Sections include cars, culture, entertainment, politics, science, software and much more. Subscription information for the print
version is available on the website.
- Boating Industry
Boating Industry provides news about the boating industry via print, webinars, and e-news. They provide classifieds, and resources to the marine industry.
- Packaging Digest
For nearly 50 years, Packaging Digest has been a well-known and widely distributed information source for the packaging industry. With its print
version and online presence, Packaging Digest keeps its readers and visitors informed about current packaging trends.
- Packaging World
Packaging World is published by Summit Media Group, a privately owned, B2B publisher of information for professionals who are involved in packaging and manufacturing automation. Founded in 1994, Packaging World is read by professionals who use, recommend, and purchase packaging equipment and materials. Produced monthly as a print
magazine, Packaging World is also available as a digital edition and on mobile devices.
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