In an attempt to tap the growing opportunity of personalized digital printing in the hospitality sector, HP India has announced a digital print network service to educate corporate, hotelier, and printing organization. The move is aimed at addressing the industry's requirement of highly personalization solutions, and to have larger business share.

While offering more insight on this, Puneet Chadha, director (imaging solutions business) of HP India's Imaging and Printing Group said, "Today more than 90% of printing solutions in hospitality vertical is dominated by off-set printing and single digit being driven by digital printing. Digital printing fulfills the four key needs of hospitality sector, such as personalized printing, short run and on demand printing and environment friendly."
"The domestic hospitality sector is expected to see investment of over $11 billion in the next two years with 40 international hotel brands making their presence felt in India by 2012," he added.

Hospitality and many other sectors are gradually opting digital printing to produce marketing collaterals and direct mailers to menu cards, photo merchandise, calendars, personalized itinerary and check -in cards.

Green Idol

Posted by Akhand | 2:09 AM


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I've just joined the Green Idol campaign and told Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh that he has no time to lose.

If he's serious about fighting climate change – as he should be – then he
MUST have a Renewable Energy Law in place by 2010. That's next year!

I know he's not going to do it just because I asked him to. But if he starts
getting hundreds of thousands of other Indian citizens asking him too,
he’ll have no option.

Do what I’ve done. Save the climate. Be a Green Idol! Tell Dr. Manmohan
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Scratch

Posted by Akhand | 1:24 AM


Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web.

Scratch is designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills. As they create and share Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical and computational ideas, while also learning to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.



Scratch is available free of charge: go to Download.
Currently available for Mac OSX and Windows (see system requirements)

Imagine Cup

Posted by Akhand | 1:14 AM





The World's Premier Student Technology Competition


The Imagine Cup is one way Microsoft is encouraging young people to apply their imagination, their passion, and their creativity to technology innovations that can make a difference in the world. Now in its eighth year, the Imagine Cup has grown to be a truly global competition focused on finding solutions to global issues. Below is a list of the 2009 and 2008 winners. For More Info Visit www.imaginecup.com.