Pulp Magic: Archive

NOVEMBER 2, 2016
History of Voting with Paper
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags paper paper and packaging industry packaging

When you vote this Election Day, it’s good to remember that you’re taking part in a ritual of democracy with a rich history. In the United States, the methods of voting have evolved significantly but one thing has remained constant ...

When you vote this Election Day, it’s good to remember that you’re taking part in a ritual of democracy with a rich history. In the United States, the methods of voting have evolved significantly but one thing has remained constant – Americans cast their votes on paper. Paper ballots have been used in this country since before there was a ...

When you vote this Election Day, it’s good to remember that you’re taking part in a ritual of democracy with a rich history. In the United States, the methods of voting have evolved significantly but one thing has remained constant – Americans cast their votes on paper. Paper ballots have been used in this country since before there was a country.

OCTOBER 24, 2016
Your Brain Loves Paper
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags paper imagination paper and packaging industry

What’s so special about paper? For one thing, your mind and body love it. Humans have evolved a sense of touch so powerful that we easily forget its influence on us. But there’s a growing body of scientific research in ...

What’s so special about paper? For one thing, your mind and body love it. Humans have evolved a sense of touch so powerful that we easily forget its influence on us. But there’s a growing body of scientific research in the field of haptics that strongly suggests the tangible nature of paper makes it a remarkably effective communications medium.

What’s so special about paper? For one thing, your mind and body love it. Humans have evolved a sense of touch so powerful that we easily forget its influence on us. But there’s a growing body of scientific research in the field of haptics that strongly suggests the tangible nature of paper makes it a remarkably effective communications medium.

SEPTEMBER 23, 2016
Unboxing the Future of Packaging
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags paper and packaging industry packaging cardboard

It’s not hard to see that paper-based packages like boxes and digital technology enjoy a synergistic relationship. Each one needs the other to deliver on and enhance the customer experience. In fact, as one packaging trends observer put it, you ...

It’s not hard to see that paper-based packages like boxes and digital technology enjoy a synergistic relationship. Each one needs the other to deliver on and enhance the customer experience. In fact, as one packaging trends observer put it, you could say we’re living in the golden age of packaging.

It’s not hard to see that paper-based packages like boxes and digital technology enjoy a synergistic relationship. Each one needs the other to deliver on and enhance the customer experience. In fact, as one packaging trends observer put it, you could say we’re living in the golden age of packaging.

AUGUST 31, 2016
Writing Longhand on Paper Is the Key to These Fiction Writers’ Success
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags hand-written communication books

With Labor Day coming up, I’ve been feverishly trying to catch up on my summer reading. I confess I have an affinity for fiction and Elin Hilderbrand’s novels, like this year’s “The Rumor” that have earned her the title “the ...

With Labor Day coming up, I’ve been feverishly trying to catch up on my summer reading. I confess I have an affinity for fiction and Elin Hilderbrand’s novels, like this year’s “The Rumor” that have earned her the title “the queen of the summer novel.” Even more remarkable than Hilderbrand’s ability to turn out two …

With Labor Day coming up, I’ve been feverishly trying to catch up on my summer reading. I confess I have an affinity for fiction and Elin Hilderbrand’s novels, like this year’s “The Rumor” that have earned her the title “the queen of the summer novel.” Even more remarkable than Hilderbrand’s ability to turn out two …

AUGUST 8, 2016
Students Love Print
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags imagination books paper and packaging industry productive learning

You know what’s cool at school these days? Books printed on paper. And it’s not just a retro thing like vinyl records or flip phones. Both scientific studies and the observations of teachers point to a continued preference for printed ...

You know what’s cool at school these days? Books printed on paper. And it’s not just a retro thing like vinyl records or flip phones. Both scientific studies and the observations of teachers point to a continued preference for printed textbooks over electronic versions among college students. One digital textbook pilot program at the University …

You know what’s cool at school these days? Books printed on paper. And it’s not just a retro thing like vinyl records or flip phones. Both scientific studies and the observations of teachers point to a continued preference for printed textbooks over electronic versions among college students. One digital textbook pilot program at the University …

JULY 28, 2016
Cardboard is One of the Most Recycled Materials on the Planet, and That’s Just the Beginning of Its Sustainability Story
By Mary Anne Hansan Tags recyclable environment paper and packaging industry

A recent article (“Why Is There So Much Cardboard” By Katy Steinmetz, 6/30/16) doesn’t tell the whole story on the ecology and the economics of packaging made from paper.

A recent article (“Why Is There So Much Cardboard” By Katy Steinmetz, 6/30/16) doesn’t tell the whole story on the ecology and the economics of packaging made from paper.

A recent article (“Why Is There So Much Cardboard” By Katy Steinmetz, 6/30/16) doesn’t tell the whole story on the ecology and the economics of packaging made from paper.