Patrick Henry

Oct. 22 marks the commemoration of a momentous event—one that forever changed the landscape of how business would be conducted for decades to come. On that Saturday afternoon 75 years ago in a second story apartment in Astoria, Queens, a patent attorney named Chester Carlson created the world’s first dry copy. His invention would eventually lead to the formation of Xerox Corporation. Carlson’s xerographic process is still at the heart of most office printers and copiers around the world today, dramatically impacting the way businesses operate and we communicate. It can be argued that the digital age,

By Denny Hatch One way to cut through the clutter of the mailbox/in-box is to stop the casual browser cold with a headline so outrageous that it is impossible to ignore. What is fascinating is that in the world of political ideology, this technique works for both arch-conservative and arch-liberal publications, as is evident by two efforts mailed in October. The blazing, red #10 "WARNING!" effort is the launch package (202AMECON1003) for Pat Buchanan's The American Conservative. Buchanan's four-page letter (in typewriter type) starts off: If This Be Treason, Make the Most of It! Dear Friend, With apologies to Patrick Henry, it's

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