Archive for July 2008

Ottawa CD Replication – Montreal CD Replication

Posted on July 31, 2008 by

If you’ve Googled “Ottawa CD Replication”, “CD Manufacturing Ottawa”, or “Ottawa CD Duplication”, OR “Montreal CD Manufacturing”, ‘Montreal CD Replication”, and “Montreal CD Duplicatioin” we’re hoping that you find yourself here. I don’t normally use the blog to promote packages we run for a month, and try to keep the topic and theme to pertinent […]

CD Duplication

Posted on July 30, 2008 by

I decided to dedicate a blog post to the ins and outs of CD and DVD duplication for our clients in The Government of Canada. There’s a lot of things to consider when doing a CD/DVD project, especially if it’s being duplicated versus replicated. If you haven’t checked out our blog post on the differences […]

CD Baby & Film Baby

Posted on July 28, 2008 by

As a musician, I’ll tell you, there’s not many things out there that will help you as much as CD baby. CEO Derek Sivers founded the company in 1997 in New York City, and hasn’t looked back since. This is the real deal. If you don’t know what CD baby is, then let me bring […]

Custom CD Audio Products

Posted on July 28, 2008 by

As purveyors of information and knowledge about the interesting applications of CD and DVD media, I wanted to shed some light on some of the cool things that companies all over the world are doing with CD and DVD media. We say this all the time, but CDs and DVDs are simply the content delivery […]

Using CD & DVD for Archival

Posted on July 25, 2008 by

The consensus of opinions from manufacturers and digital preservation specialists, based on accelerated lifetime testing, is that a high quality CD or DVD, if properly handled and stored, should preserve data for at least 75 years. Studies conducted by Toshiba and Sony even suggest a lifetime as long as 200 years before the data becomes […]

The Green CD/DVD Order

Posted on July 24, 2008 by

Is it possible to be green as a disc manufacturer? After all, discs are made of plastic, which is a petroleum product. The answer is yes. The disc portion of a CD or DVD order, whether it’s duplicated or replicated, is but a small component of the overall project. The polystyrene used in jewel cases […]

USB Flash Drives: Practical Office Applications

Posted on July 24, 2008 by

As a childhood lover of Lego…I just had to post this cool USB flash drive. So I was having a conversation this morning with a friend of mine about inter office use of USB sticks, and how different mediums of media product can simply do things in different ways. For instance, something I come across […]

Customer Service

Posted on July 21, 2008 by

Every company is a customer service organization. It’s as simple as that. A testament to a good one is how seriously they take that. I’ll give you an interesting example of what I’m talking about. I recently went into my local convenience store, where for the last 3 years, I have been greeted with a […]

CD & DVD Business Cards and Mini CD

Posted on July 20, 2008 by

If you’ve Googled CD Business Card, Business Card Sized CD, Mini DVD, 3 inch CD, or shaped CD and DVD, I’m hoping you find this post. We’re going to shed some light on this. These optical media pieces are ideal for compact supplement to an actual business card. They’re simply just small discs. They demand […]

Software As A Service

Posted on July 18, 2008 by

In one of our initial posts, I was talking about meeting the guys from Freshbooks, a trusty online based app that we use at Standard Media Services, for our invoicing and estimating. It’s great, and you should check it out. Well, this week, I was introduced to another great idea on the web. Customizable online […]