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New Gmail Custom Time available immediately

lthown lthown writes  |  more than 6 years ago

lthown writes "Google labs has just released a new feature for G-mail that will likely push it over the top in the web mail wars: Gmail Custom Time. "Be on time. Every time.*" Check out one of the testimonials: "I just got two tickets to Radiohead by being the 'first' to respond to a co-worker's 'first-come, first-serve' email. Someone else had already won them, but I told everyone to check their inboxes again. Everyone sort of knows I used Custom Time on this one, but I'm denying it." AWESOME! read more about it at http://mail.google.com/mail/help/customtime/index.html"
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lthown lthown writes  |  more than 7 years ago

lthown (737539) writes "Just a reminder to everyone out there, check to make certain your devices updated themselves for daylight savings this morning. My casio waveceptor handled it just fine, but my pda cellphone didn't. Something tells me there will be hardly anyone at church this morning!"
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lthown lthown writes  |  about 8 years ago

lthown (737539) writes "Inkjetart.com has a guide for printing on inkjet printable DVD and CD discs with a few printers that aren't supposed to able to do it:
Officially, the Epson R2400 can't print on inkjet printable CDs and DVDs — if you want that functionality you need to get the Epson R1800. Officially the Epson 4000 can't print on discs either. I have personally tested both and assure you they can both do it just fine. Furthermore, this same technique is adaptable to the 2200, 4800, 7600, 7800, 9600, 9800 and even the 10000/10600. Really any printer that allows you to use rigid media thicker than 1.3mm (59mils/.059 inches) should work.
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