Archive for the ‘Microfilm’ Category

Second office Opened in Raleigh, NC!

We recently just opened the doors to a second office in Raleigh, North Carolina!  We are pleased to be servicing this area quicker without moving files!  Please give us a call to find out more and how we are eager to help with your Imaging needs!

Thanksgiving Come and Gone: Stop and smell the turkey people!

Alas, Thanksgiving has come and gone.  So quickly does this time of year flit across the dashboard of our busy lives, only to be replaced by the next big thing.  We have to wait an entire year for another magical time of pumpkin pie, turkey, love, family, and relaxation.  I think we should all breathe […]

Top 10 Work Motivators

You see it happen all the time. A student, coworker or subordinate lies and calls in sick because they don’t feel like working and are on vacation. Hard work and work satisfaction must be physically learned, not taught, in order for people to appreciate and find value in it. According the work Theory X as […]

The 3 essentials to incredible, homemade coffee.

Coffee. Personalized. Gourmet. Those who simply use a drip coffee machine have yet to experience the grandeur of gourmet, homemade coffee. Spice up your life by trying some of these especially gourmet ways of making your coffee spectacular. Don’t settle for mediocrity. 3 Essentials to incredible, homemade coffee: 1. Beans To have the best, you […]

GWBJ write up – “Tackling the Paper Trail”

Libby Lambeth’s growth strategy draws from the best of her company’s past practices, while pushing her family-owned enterprise firmly into the future. Since taking the helm of Wilmington-based Tarheel Imaging & Microfilming Inc. four years ago, Lambeth has expanded its capabilities and market. Her success at doing so was illustrated recently when she landed a […]

Batman and Film

 Shrouded in clouds of secrecy and mystery, the Dark Knight’s immense appeal lies in the complexity of his character, and the relatable humanity of his abilities. Filmed in 2005, Batman Begins (the movie) starts from the beginning—his childhood. Bruce Wayne’s journey to become Batman is filled with horror, murder and revenge. As a child, Bruce […]

Microfilm – What you don’t know.

Imagine a private detective seated with his back to the door at a low table in the back corner of a forgotten public library.  No one else but the librarian is in the silent building.  A lonely lamp faintly illuminates the huge mound of documents that lays piled on the sturdy oak table. The detective […]

Microfilm Is Not Dead

If certain types of devices are in circulation for a long time, some consumers believe they are no long usable. However, the inexpensive analog technology of microfilm is still in use and holding on alongside innovative data storage solutions. This analog storage system is definitely alive and serving its purpose. It is still an excellent […]

Microfilm in the Movies: Part Two

In a previous blog post, Microfilm in the Movies:  Part One , we highlighted the role that microfilm has played in movies since the early 1950’s.  The Academy Honorary Award (previously called the Special Award), was instituted in 1948 for the 21st Academy Awards.  It is given by the discretion of the Board of Governors […]

Microfilm in the Movies: Part One

It’s almost time for the 84th Annual Academy Awards (February 26, 2012).  As office workers, healthcare professionals, librarians and researchers gather around their respective water coolers to discuss the nominees; as they speculate on which movie will win Best Picture and which actress will wear the most revealing gown; we thought we’d highlight an […]