The discovery of a single piece of paper launched a project to rebuild the family business. Learn how Charlie and Andy Nelson rebuilt the family distillery with the help of paper archives.
What will happen to your assets after you’re gone? Proper planning and organization — along with lots of paper copies — can help your loved ones execute your estate plan without a hitch. Find out why paper matters, in the end.
After allegations of election hacking and voting fraud clouded the 2016 U.S. election, the humble paper ballot is making a comeback, just in time for the 2018 midterm elections. Learn more about the return of the tried-and-true paper ballot format.
The Paper and Packaging Board worked with Young Minds Inspired to bring its 15 Pages A Day program into schools. By setting a classroom reading goal of 15 pages each day, teachers can help improve educational outcomes.
Do you print projects to proofread them, or do you review documents onscreen? We asked professionals for their top proofreading tips and found that most people prefer to proofread on paper. Here’s why.
A 2017 survey by Two Sides North America found that people prefer to read on paper. They also think print content offers greater information credibility than digital content. Learn more about the survey results.
For Kevin Siers, editorial cartoonist at the Charlotte Observer in North Carolina, paper is the perfect medium for creating his award-winning sketches. Learn more about his creative process and why paper beats technology for drawing.
Postcards made a comeback with our Put It on a Postcard campaign. Take a look at some of the wonderful postcards we received in the mail this summer, as well as postcards shared online with our #PutItOnAPostcard hashtag.