Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Article: Invention & Technology News - TreeRing Yearbooks Offer Individualized, User-Created Pages

Author: Ann Delphus
If you have a problem finding enough photos of your son or daughter in the school yearbook, you may want their school to switch to TreeRing, a company that offers schools and families a unique personalization capability. TreeRing is a new, just-in-time publisher of competitively-priced, customizable yearbooks that are designed by customers completely online, a concept known as cloud computing.
While a school's yearbook team creates the layout for most of the pages in each book, at least four pages are reserved for kids and/or their parents to fill with their favorite digital photos to commemorate the school year. If more personal pages are desired, they can be included for a surcharge of about $5 for each set of four additional pages. READ MORE