Tag Archive: print

Jul 15 2012

DYMO LabelManager Pnp: I found a good deal…

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The other day, I found myself in a situation where I thought a label printer would do me a lot of good; so, I set out to find one. My goal was to find the best one that suited my needs and was economical [you know, cheap]. I also wanted a printer that was USB …

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Apr 26 2012

The Benefits to Electronic Document Management

A couple of months ago, my dad picked up a multifunction machine; meaning it has the ability to fax, copy and print— and it does it all wirelessly. The wireless ability of the multifunction machines are hugely beneficial, especially for people with laptops. After just a few minutes of using wireless scanner he had an …

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Oct 10 2011

Kwik Media: FREE software to organize your pictures from Nero

In the age of media, it’s important to have something to organize you pictures and other media, but NERO seems to be focusing on the most easy and popular media right now; the massive job of working with images… But does anyone ever stop and think about images after they’re on a memory card? Not …

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Sep 17 2011

PrintEco has a great idea, but it should be global…

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I was surfing through my RSS feeds the other day and found this article about PrintEco. It’s a service/application that reduced your environmental footprint and makes you more aware of the carbon footprint you are placing on the environment. The service and the application that they offer is quite ingenious. I think everyone has run …

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Jul 19 2011

Tablets Are Popular, But Not Productive

I think it’s pretty obvious that tablet PCs are the ‘IT’ toy right now. The idea of having a small device that could have access to your e-mail, Internet and be able to do an abundance of other things is very attractive; not to mention the ability to touch the screen and have things happen. …

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Nov 27 2010

Cyber Monday – Shopping Safely Online

Cyber Monday is the first Monday after Thanksgiving, after Black Friday. While Black Friday is the most popular day to shop at the brick and mortar stores, cyber Monday is the busiest shopping day online. I would guess that cyber Monday is on Monday, simply because people are returning to work where they have a …

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Dec 14 2009

Ubuntu 9.10 – Print to PDF

As I work more with Ubuntu, I notice there’s a few quirks with it, and I was recently struck with a rather simple problem that turned in to a bigger problem. And what was more troubling was there was no REAL solution to find; it was staggering. The Windows public seems to have a grip …

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Feb 07 2009

ISO Backups = Happiness…

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The process of getting new devices and toys to play with on your computer are always so fun. You get a neat little device with a driver disc; you load the driver disc, install the drivers and then plug in your new toy and wha-la! But alas, what’s to become of your driver disc? I …

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Jan 28 2009

CREATIVE: An Insult to Customer Service

Once in a while you run across exceptional service and support from various software or hardware providers and for a moment your faith in corporate tech support is exonerated, but this is not one of those tails. This is a story of complete and utter failure; an example of the inability to read, absence of …

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Jan 22 2009

HHO Power is a Good Step

With gas prices on the rise again and the US coming in with a new president, there’s no telling what is going to happen, but I know that we have to come up with a new way to power our transportation. Keeping an eye on the GREEN technology, I find the HHO fuels awesome. HHO …

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