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Basics of Digital Photography: Taking Photos and Printing Your Images

“To collect photographs is to collect the world.” - Susan Sontag, On Photography There is no greater record of a time or place and its inhabitants than a photograph. Photos capture moments of joy, moments of strife, and even our more banal day-to-day moments. If you’re new to digital photography, you may be curious about how to [...]

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The History of Veterans Day

The History of Veterans Day Many Americans think of Veterans Day as a vacation day, but this holiday is highly significant in U.S. history. The event dates back to the cessation of fighting that essentially ended World War I on November 11, 1918 at 11:00 am. The eleventh day in the eleventh month of the year [...]

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A Little Halloween History

The History of Halloween Every holiday has its own traditions. Pumpkin carving is inseparably linked to Halloween, much as fireworks are part of the 4th of July or decorated trees are part of Christmas. Every year, countless individuals all around the world carve frightening, silly, or otherwise over-the-top faces into hollowed-out pumpkins. Most people have fond [...]

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How Does an Inkjet Printer Work? | History & Function

A Guide to Understanding How Inkjet Printers Work One of the most prevalent truths of the modern age is the fact that we barely understand how the devices and technologies we use on a daily basis operate. They make our lives so much easier, yet we don't comprehend the components of our smartphone or the software [...]

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The "Cartridge Problem" Problem

Consumers who own an HP OfficeJet, OfficeJet Pro, or OfficeJet Pro X printer may have noticed some recent changes affecting those HP devices. That’s because HP scheduled a firmware update for those printer models that prevents them from reading any third-party ink cartridges. Instead of functioning like an ordinary HP ink cartridge, off-brand refills, rebuilt [...]

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​Ways to Celebrate Memorial Day with Your Kids

Unless you have lost a loved one in combat or to complications from an injury, remembering what Memorial Day actually means is something that many people tend to forget. Originally known as Decoration Day, this observance began after the Civil War to honor the Union and Confederate dead. It wasn’t until 1967 that President Richard [...]

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​2 Ways to Make Mom Feel Special on Mother’s Day

The celebration of motherhood and moms can be documented as far back to the days of ancient Greece and Rome where festivals took place to honor Cybele and Rhea—mother goddesses who took on the matron semblance in an otherwise masculine dominant time. Known in Rome as Kubeleyan Mater, or “Mountain Mother”, members of the Roman [...]

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3 Ways Teachers Can Save Money on Classroom Supplies

It is Teacher Appreciation Week! Teachers are arguably the hardest-working, most underpaid professionals in America. Not only are they responsible for educating your children, they even help shape their characters by building confidence, teaching good morals, helping them learn to share with others, providing leadership roles, and teachers find ways to let kids express their [...]

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The Top 3 Printers of 2016: Office Use, Monochrome, and Budget Printer

Buying a printer requires a greater degree of thought and planning for one main reason: ink cartridges. Although you want a printer that offers all the functions to make your life easier, ink cartridges and toner will be purchased time and time again on a regular basis, and this is where your real expense incurs. [...]

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How to Pay for Your Next Vacation by Saving Money Around the House

As Americans we like to work hard and play hard, and play time is always best enjoyed by taking an exciting or relaxing vacation. Sometimes finding the money for a trip to Hawaii or Bermuda can be challenging, especially if we have kids or we are still paying off those student loans. But did you [...]

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