We’re happy to announce the release of our new Ebay store!
We’re excited to finally unveil the store, where we’ll be offering the same level of prompt shipping and everyday low prices that customers have come to expect from World Label.
Eventually, customers will be able to find great prices on blank shipping and address labels for laser and inkjet printers of all shapes and sizes, and even special offers that will be exclusive only to our Ebay store.
Take a look!
World Label has added a bunch of cool boards on Pinterest lately and YES, they about labels but specifically free label printables in templates you can use to create your own great labels …and we getting thousands and thousands of new followers. We would love you to join us and follow our awesome boards. Check the new boards bellow:
Halloween Labels and printables
Red Bordered Labels
Kitchen and Pantry Labels
Christmas Labels and printables
The free software world moves rapidly, but every individual project also moves at its own pace and rhythm. Consequently, it is easy to get behind on the news. Here is a look at the state of the art in the open source desktop publishing (DTP) arena for fall 2011.
Pinterest lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web. People use pinboards to plan their weddings, decorate their homes, and organize their favorite recipes. Best of all, you can browse pinboards created by other people. Browsing pinboards is a fun way to discover new things and get inspiration from people who share your interests. To get started, request an invite.
Worldlabel.com will bring you all the latest and best “printables and labels” on the net. Awesome and unique “packaging and labeling”, “clipart”, “design, art and photography”, amazing “patterns and textures” and lots more fun stuff on our pinning boards you can follow.
Click here to see what folks are pinning from blog.worldlabel.com
2009 certainly proved to be a busy year for Worldlabel, as we modified the business, started a blog which was hacked and started all over again. But, it was a productive year, too, as the following blogs show. We’ve picked twelve top blog entries for 2009 and offer them below, many written by guest authors and most that focus on Open Source tutorials and products. These blogs are in no particular order, but they’re our favorites because they seemed to help a lot of our readers…
A device that allows blind people to attach and read audio labels on everyday objects has gone on show. The PenFriend uses minute barcodes which – when scanned by a digital pen – trigger MP3 files recorded on the unit.
The PenFriend has been developed by a UK firm together with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
It costs less than £60, and can be used to label foods and medication as well as clothing, personal documentation and film and music collections.
“At the moment we are just scratching the surface: we are starting development of address books, organisers, diaries and calendars,” explained Alison Long of the RNIB.
The PenFriend is the result of collaboration between the charity and London-based company, Mantra Lingua. It uses optical identification technology (OID) to print microdots on to adhesive labels which are then read by the scanner in the tip of the PenFriend.
Read More at BBC
Print Your Labels and Business Cards In An Instant, Easy, Simple and Quick.
AutofillPDF Labels is a handy web tool for anyone who’s wanted to print their own labels of any kind, but loathes the idea of manually filling out the printing template over and over.
Many print-your-own label packets come with links or CDs that provide you with a pre-formatted Word document to fill out. Unless you’re getting married or sending out other invitations, though, you’ll usually end up putting the same thing on each label, and Ctrl-C/V-ing your precious time away.
This handy webapp pops open a scripted PDF file on any system, while letting you change the font, styling, size, and other text properties, and also add images in short shrift. In other words, you create one label, and the PDF fills out the rest of them for you. The templates include CD labels, address or mailing, file folder labels, and even non-sticky business cards. Free to use, no sign-up required, and it works best with Adobe Acrobat (the free reader).
Alltop is a new venture created by Guy Kawasaki, world-famous entrepreneur and author. Kawasaki and his team (Will Mayall and Kathryn Henkens) import the stories of the top news websites and blogs for any given topic and display the headlines of the five most recent stories. When you place the cursor over a headline, part of the story is displayed so you can decide if you want to read it or not. To read the story, you click on the title, and a new tab or window will open in your browser so you can read the full story at the original site.