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Richard Romano contributes news and feature stories, as well as market research and technology reports to various industry publications. He is the author or co-author of more than a half dozen books, including "This Point Forward: The New Start the Marketplace Demands;" "The Home Office That Works! Make Working at Home a Success — A Guide for Entrepreneurs and Telecommuters;" "Does a Plumber Need a Web Site?;" and "Disrupting the Future." He is currently at work, with Dr. Joe Webb, on a new book called "The Third Wave," which will be published at PRINT 17. Many moons ago, Romano was the co-editor of The GATF Encyclopedia of Graphic Communications.

Toni McQuilken is the senior editor for the printing and packaging group.

The second day of the definitive color management conference - COLOR22 - being held this week at the Hilton Torrey Pines, in La Jolla, California, began with a fascinating look at how our emotions, and even our senses, are impacted by color. 

For decades, printers’ approach to color management has been highly subjective. A more methodical approach to color management has become even more necessary today, as offset and other analog print processes are complemented, supplemented, and downright replaced by digital technologies, be they inkjet or toner-based.

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