By Peter Kastrup and Adam Condon Next Big Futures October 19, 2018 The paper print is in serious trouble.
The cost of paper printing is rising, and in many cases it’s becoming more expensive than it was a few decades ago.
The main reasons for this are the growing power of smartphones and other digital devices, and the increasing reliance on e-paper.
The paper manufacturing industry is struggling, but that doesn’t mean it’s doomed.
What we need to worry about are the paper printing machines that are in use today.
They are part of a much larger, and much longer-lasting, process.
In this article, we’ll look at the history of paper manufacturing and what the future holds for the paper industry.
The Industrial Revolution The first industrial printer, the printing press, was invented in China in the late 16th century.
It was a mechanical device that could make and store ink cartridges.
This invention is credited with starting the printing revolution.
This first printer was made by a company called Linqiao, a Chinese company that specialized in the production of ink cartridges, and a company named Linqiao, a subsidiary of Linquo, a Shanghai-based printer company.
Linqiu, along with its sister company, Linqiyao, were also involved in the first printed books.
In 1609, a man named Li Qing made a copy of the work of a Chinese scholar called Liang Yu, and sent it to Linqiuso.
This is the first known copy of a book.
The work of Liang Yu had been copied by a group of scholars who worked at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the oldest institution of learning in the world.
The text was then copied by Linqiaso.
Later, a copy was made of Liang Yue’s work by Linquiao.
It is called the “Linqiaolong” manuscript.
This work is believed to be the oldest extant copy of any written text in the Chinese language.
The copy of Liang’s work is also thought to be one of the first copies of a modern-day novel.
The original Liang Yu was a highly-educated man with an excellent knowledge of the Chinese languages.
He studied the works of the masters of the arts in China, and wrote some of his own.
He wrote the novel, “The Song of the Yellow Emperor.”
After writing the novel and passing away in 1628, Linqi wrote the text of the Song of Li.
Linqi was the last surviving author of the Liang Song, and his work is considered the first published work in Chinese.
Linquiyao has the title of the “First and the Most Excellent Linqinao.”
In the Liang Yang, which is now the official title of this publication, there is a section that has been preserved as a treasure.
It includes a description of a large and beautifully carved carving in a painting that is believed by many to be an image of a human.
This carving, according to some scholars, was made with a human hand and was made in the Tang dynasty, approximately 800 years after Liang.
The Liang Yang has been called a “basket of gold” because it was one of only a handful of ancient Chinese manuscripts that survive today.
The artwork is known as the “Taoist-inspired” painting.
It contains an image that is said to be of a tiger, and was carved in the Liang family’s garden in Linqiyang.
According to some authors, the painting is the most important work in the history the Liang dynasty.
The painting, however, has been lost.
A second work of art that was found in the Linqiei collection is called “The Book of the Great Man.”
This painting was carved and painted by a man called Liang Qiyu, and is considered by many scholars to be among the most significant works in Chinese art.
According the Liang Quyu’s work, the Liang people of the Tang period were known as Tang.
In addition to the Liang-Quyu painting, a number of other paintings were also found.
In one of these paintings, a lion is depicted with a tiger.
This painting is believed, based on the evidence, to have been made in Tang dynasty times.
The next major work of paper produced in China was a Chinese paper called the Xun.
This was a form of paper with a very thin layer of paper that was used for writing, but which was also used to create ink and other papers.
Xun was also known as “the paper of the Taoist tradition.”
This paper was produced by a family called “Xunxian,” which is a group that included a group called the Liang families.
The Xunxians also produced a number different types of paper, which included paper that were thicker than standard paper.
Some of these paper types are still produced today, and some of these types of papers are still widely used today.
Other types of Xun paper are also still used today, but they are much more rare