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blog post in No Food for Thought Epson Blocked Printer Head Cleaning Kit review After my Epson WorkForce WF-3620 became essentially unusable, I looked for explanations, since this would be
blog post in No Food for Thought Epson WorkForce WF-3620 (on Debian GNU/Linux 8) My quest for a reliable and acceptably powerful personal all-in-one printer is apparently over . See updates I bought [http://www.epson.ca/cgi-bin/ceStore/jsp/Product.do?sku=C11CD19201|
blog post in No Food for Thought HP LaserJet Pro M227fdn (Debian GNU/Linux, Microsoft Windows) After giving up on my Epson WF-3620 all-in-one , I had gone through a sixth consecutive defective inkjet print
blog post in No Food for Thought Lenovo: Review your Ideapad Flex 4 After I worked around the issue with Lenovo's Yoga Mode Control , my Flex 4 worked
blog post in No Food for Thought Microsoft - Left-handedness is evil (but less so if your hand is holding a Microsoft mouse) ''Today appears to be my Microsoft rant day. Sorry, that might have been prompted by an awful experience claiming the warranty for a broken Microsoft keyboard. Readers who are free of Microsoft produc
blog post in No Food for Thought No Green Light for Plenom (and other Busylight manufacturers) yet {REMARKSBOX(type="warning" title="Not Fresh")}I finished my mandate since I wrote this post and my new work environments have not been anywhere close to being as distracting. I am no longer looking fo
blog post in No Food for Thought Nvidia and the cost of truth Cr hype to is a costly waste. But truth, too, can be costly to tell, at least in the short term. In particular, telling the truth about cr hype to when you're one of the companies sucking the most
blog post in No Food for Thought Power surges and whole-house surge protectors Following a recent storm, my boss explained his Playstation was broken and said there was a power surge when power was restored. I was quite surprised since I always thought it was lightning itself wh
blog post in No Food for Thought Technological maturity at hand? Google's Pixel 8 smartphone For well over a decade now, handheld PCs have been one of technology's hottest topics. In 2021, more than a year after my Motorola Nexus 5X's Android had lost its security support, I decided it was ti
blog post in No Food for Thought The elusive tech panacea - Solid state drives This century has seen 2 revolutions in computer hardware: LCD screens and SSDs. In terms of computing, SSDs promised an order of magnitude of speed improvement, with greater reliability. But in tec
blog post in No Food for Thought TP-Link Archer C8 Wi-Fi router review {REMARKSBOX(type="warning" title="Obsolete")}This post is about hardware version 2 of TP-Link's Archer C8 , which is obsolete. As of 2018-05-26, TP

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