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Sense opens new deafblind centre with Claudia Winkleman

By on October 7, 2013 in Ink Cartridges And Toners with 0 Comments
Sense opens new deafblind centre with Claudia Winkleman

Sense is creating a new centre for deafblind children. Sense, the national deafblind charity, is creating one of only four dedicated centres for deafblind children in the UK, which will enable them to reach out to so many more deafblind people and their families. The centre will be a wonderful home-from-home and will be a […]

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The Unprinter

Cambridge University scientists have developed an printer which removes ink from Paper which has been printed on so that it can be re-used. The printer sends pulses of green laser through the Paper, vaporising the toner. If you’re wondering whether all that electronic fuss will cancel out the reduction in carbon footprint by reusing the […]

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Cat Perplexed and Angry at Printer

We’ve all been there. I for one know exactly how he feels, although I don’t think I’ve ever been scared by a Photocopier but I have been driven to casual violence. It’s time to breathe deeply and read the instructions, or simply get someone else to do it. A dogsbody, for example.  * * * […]

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Mad Giant Typewriter Song

Early Bollywood. “Typewriter, Tip, Tip” from Merchant Ivory’s 1970 Bombay Talkie. * * * Office machines Printer supplies Keyboards

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Typewriters vs. PCs in India

Typewriters battle evolutionary odds in New Dehli. Via Al Jazeera Englifh * * * Office machines Printer supplies Keyboards

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Old Printer Ribbon Catalogue

By on January 13, 2012 in Ink Cartridges And Toners with 0 Comments
Old Printer Ribbon Catalogue

Aspen Ribbons, Inc., 1983. Image source: bluefaqs.com * * * Printer supplies

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The Vanishing Word

The Vanishing Word

Designer Kim Su Yeon has come up with a printer which, instead of leaving its mark, removes ink from printed Paper using laser technololgy. Pop in a page-full of martketing "insights" and out pops a white (and probably more insightful) piece of Paper. In such a way, Paper can be reused. Whether or not this […]

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“Ideal Harmonic Transformer”

“Ideal Harmonic Transformer”

This device can calculate sines and cosines. But the most notable aspect of this calculator is that it was “printed” with a 3D printer. 3D printing has been hailed by some as heralding an engineering revolution as significant as the Industrial Revolution. Via Boing Boing

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Inky Celebrations

By on March 17, 2011 in Ink Cartridges And Toners with 0 Comments
Inky Celebrations

This weekend many Hindus will be celebrating the festival of Holi, aka ‘The Festival of Colours’. The main day, which falls on the 20th this year, will be celebrated by people smearing and throwing powdered ink and coloured water over one another. Holi celebrates the arrival of Spring and is good humoured, and even caste […]

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An Office Lost-It

The <PrtScn> function takes on new meaning as a wound-up rusty spring of an office worker tussles with a photocopier toner cartridge and gets sprayed with its ink powder. Avenging seemingly not only this outrage but existential injustice in general, the man tears his computer monitor from his workstation and places it screen down on […]

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