I had a printer configuration problem so I had to delete and then reinstall my printer. The trouble was, I would delete the printer and then it would magically come back.
This solved my problem:
look in this folder:
Is it empty?
If not delete everything in the folder
Restart your computer
SRL is looking for a location scout. This is a paid position.
To locate a suitable site for a large scale SRL machine performance
in the bay area, (NOT San Francisco, as we’re banned from ever
performing there by the SFFD).
To get permission to use the site from the owners.
To procure the required permits for a show.
Prior production experience a must.
Please contact Mark Pauline Director of SRL markp [at] srl [dot] org for details.
We’ve had Munchery a couple times now and it’s pretty freaking amazing. $10 entrees delivered to your door, ready to be heated into amazing dishes. https://munchery.com
It’s a limited menu and you’ve got to order early in the day. Worth it. Amazing food.
When I started grad school this fall, all us students were talking about how much we had to print out for class… so many journal articles and class readers! Some folks complained at how expensive their inkjet printers were to run and I went into my laser printer rant. Here is the latest incarnation of that rant.
laser printers = fast, inexpensive ($0.05/sheet), reliable, high quality
inkjet printers = cheap to buy but expensive to operate ($0.20/sheet), almost as high quality as laser, almost
print shop = expensive ($0.20/sheet), inconvenient
First I have to admit that I killed my awesome HP Laserjet P1606dn by running cheap sticky labels through it the wrong way. I’ll tell you exactly how at the end, suffice to say that a normal person wouldn’t make such mistakes.
So I needed a new printer. I’ve now had the Brother HL-2270DW for about 3 months.
- prints double sided
- prints fast
- inexpensive (about $0.05/page fully amortized with paper and everything)
- consistently excellent quality
- It can’t print on 3-holed paper, it jams, so I bought a 3-hole punch
Throw away your ink jet printer. It’s the old “give away the razor sell the blades” scam all over again. Buy a laser printer instead.
Here’s the one I bought on Amazon
Brother HL-2270DW Compact Laser Printer with Wireless Networking and Duplex
Be sure to buy the TN450 High Yield Black Toner for $50 as well. The toner cartridge that comes with the printer is only a “demo” with like 500 pages worth of toner in it
printer $100 amortized over 5000 pages (a conservative guess) $0.02 per page
toner: $45/ 2600 pages = $0.017 per page
paper: $0.016 per page
final cost $0.05 per page
Now the dumb story of how I killed my printer with sticky labels. I bought these cheap sticky labels that used wax paper to hold the sticky sheets in place (better ones use some wonderfully slippery plastic. The sticky label has 2 giant 5″x8″ labels on it. I printed 1 of the labels and then put the sheet through the printer again. I told the printer to print on the wax paper. Oops! After that moment, the ink refused to be fixed to the paper. I assume I wrecked the drum on the printer, gumming it up with wax. Maybe I could have fixed it but who has time for such things? I just bought a new printer.
Here’s my current commute:
- Drive to North Berkeley Bart 11 minutes and park. $2.50/day
- Train BART to Fremont, 50 minute ride, $8 round trip
- Bus VTA 181 express to downtown San Jose, 40 minute ride, $0.00 with my SJSU pass ($8 round trip w/o)
- Walk 10 minute to class
It usually takes 2 hours, 30 minutes door to door.
The train/bus runs every 15 minutes like clockwork all day.
I always get a seat on the train, almost always a seat on the bus (the folks coming on the train from San Francisco sometimes have to stand)
I usually get about an hour of work done on the train with my laptop tethered to the internet on my phone. And I usually get just a bit carsick on the bus. :-(
Reminder to self: cancel my GoDaddy.com account. Their long history of misogynistic ads belittle women.
My Godaddy account is paid up through most of 2015. I’ll be switching in a few months.
I made this decision in 2012 and will follow through with it. You might want to do the same.