Author Archives: Russell

Just a matter of time and Thermal Labels

What took me so long is just so crazy. You know those labels you see on every package, say from Amazon with barcodes on them. Sometimes as many as 6 labels because the package went threw multiple distribution points. Well LabelsOntime.com, a new divsion for thermal labels has been formed by Worldlabel Holdings Inc. just to sell those types.

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This Thermal Barcode label division of Worldlabel Holdings Inc  will offer 4″ and 8″ OD roll and fan-folded labels for direct thermal and thermal transfer printers in all popular sizes, materials and colors online. Labels Ontime will be a sales division focussing on marketing its PrintPeelApply brand thermal labels offline by developing a sales organization and finding customers in traditional way.

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Labels for Zebra Printers as well as Epson, Sato, Datamax for thermal transfer and direct thermal printing are now available on the website Labelsontime.com for ordering. Over 150 sizes are stocked in 4 strategically located warehouses including several smaller satellite warehouses scattered nation-wide, for same-day shipping. Delivery is in 1 to 2 days to almost every major metropolitan area in the USA.

Follow LatestSightings.com and see it all

My nephew Nadav Ossendryver started an amazing website called Latestsightings.com. Yes it is amazing, but even more so, it is brilliant.  For animal lovers and those in search to see a wild exotic animal crusing around naturally in its own habitat, this site is a must. Or even for those in search of a rare bird!

I have been to several animal parks with Nadav. Once, when he was about 8 years old, it was something special being with him!!!  His knowledge of animals at that point was incredible. But what was simply astonding was the relentless drive to keep looking and searching for any animal, or bird he could find. While I was sleeping, as well as the rest of the family on the trip at 3 am, Nadav was at the look out post, seeing if any animal was coming to the water hole.

Folks upload thier latest sightings, telling you the exact location, what the animal, bird,  insects and reptiles is doing and the name of the spotter. Sometimes folks even upload an awesome photo of what they are sighting. Check out Latestsightings.com

 

Worldlabel launches Blog – more Open Source

It was just a matter of time. There is so much to talk about, so much to share.  I know that I need to use as many social media outlets as possible in order to succeed on the Web today, especially if you own a small business. So, I convinced my colleagues at Worldlabel.com that a blog was necessary!

Labels are everywhere and we will talk about how and when to use them most effectively on the Worldlabel blog. The blog will also cover news and information about Open Source with a nod towards Openoffice.org,  free tools, productivity, how-to articles, reviews and downloads. We will try make your life easier, especially in the office – no matter if that office is in a cubicle or at home. I hope you visit Worldlabel Blog and subscribe to the feed (you’ll find the subscription box for the feed in the right column).

Design Inspiration leads to Colorful Exhibition of Labels

The craziness all started one day when I took a color palette from Colourlovers.com and started designing geometric patterns only using the palette’s colors. This lead to some intricate designs and then to an idea to use these designs in label templates for an exhibition. We asked the folks on the ColourLovers forum if any one would be interested in creating designs as well. Several folks contributed and an exhibition with the collaboration from several folks began!

From the Colourlovers Blog: The folks over at Worldlabel.com had an idea to create an easy way for people to create their own cd and address labels using palettes geometric patterns and color palettes, and asked the members here at COLOURlovers to contribute designs for an exhibition. Here’s the exhibit at Worldlabel: Personalized labels exhibit