Weekend 161.0 (WSJ Edition)

(1) The New Hue for 2011

Confusion over colors is the reason Pantone came about, back in 1963 when Lawrence Herbert was working as a color-matcher at a New York City printing company. Mr. Herbert recognized that the printing and graphics industries needed to communicate colors with a tool more accurate than words. His first system was essentially ink recipes for 500 colors.

(2) The Ripple Effect of a Canceled Flight

(3) Postmodernism’s Pivotal Figure

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