I just got off the phone a couple of hours ago in disbelief. I was called by a Case Manager from HP and told that HP does not support printing labels on their printers. I purchased an HP OfficeJet 4500 printer from Office Depot and delivered it to a client. They had a great deal of frustration trying to print on labels and I was able to replicate their problem easily. The label sheets seem to just slide around inside the printer and never print correctly. They don't line up. I called HP to try to get them to replace the printer wi
This is the coolest thing I have ever seen. This video clip shows designers who have invented a new road surface with embedded solar panels, leds etc which can collect and store energy, have communications conduits to connect homes and offices, can detect a pedestrian in the roadway and notify oncoming traffic and lots more. The road surface is glass! What a way to use glass.
check it out at http://www.wimp.com/solarhighways
There is this super cool add-on that lets you create apps for your desktop. It is called Webrunner (from Salsita Software) It is a replacement for an app I loved dearly called Prism. I use it with a gubb.net app for my to-do list, a google calendar app, a google docs app. I even tried a gmail app but I prefer Thunderbird. Check out how to do it at http://lifehacker.com/5823857/webrunner-turns-webapps-into-desktop-apps
I found this cool website today when looking at the Austin Recycling website for a place that recycles old oil. You see I wisely changed the oil in my motorcycle a while ago and it has been sitting in some bottles waiting for a new home. So this site lets you search for a location to get rid of oil. It is pretty neat. You can type in a term like "oil" and a list pops down with terms like "agriculture used oil", "aluminium foil" and "contaminated soil" as well as cooking oil