Mudding

The term “mudding” wasn’t just grabbed out of thin air to describe offroad adventures with an ATV, Side-by-Side, or dirtbike. Even if you don’t plan to get dirty, your machine (and you) eventually will get caked in dirt, grime, and in Texas, pollen.   When this happens, you’ll want to have the right tools in

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Kim’s Crawfish Review #2

The family and I stopped in our local Woodsons for dinner and guess what was on the menu – Crawfish! I am SO very sad to report this was the most dissatisfying crawfish meal I’ve had in quite some time. They were medium / small in size and peeled pretty easily but were totally flavorless.

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Hyland Software launches new options

Maker of Hyland OnBase electronic content management solutions Perceptive Content Foundation Enhancement Pack EP3 (Perceptive is a legacy ECM product that was acquired from Lexmark) Perceptive Experience Content Apps for capture capabilities with indexing Content Composer Foundation provides security enhancements and compatibility with Microsoft productivity apps Brainware Foundation EP2 offers expanded handwriting recognition

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Managed print services (MPS) report

Research published by Quocirca 44% of executives surveyed say that they plan on reducing office footprints 23% = office consolidation 13% = will open more satellite offices 11% = will close locations permanently 38% expect increase in office printing in next 12 months 40% expect increase in home printing 33% expect decrease in office printing

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Equipment Leasing

Equipment leasing report Report published by the Equipment Leasing & Finance Foundation Confidence in equipment finance market is 67.7, up from 64.4 from January 50% of executives believe business conditions will improve over next 90 days 9% believe equipment lease demand will increase

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Lexmark

Ninestar preliminary financial results Ninestar of China is owner of Lexmark FY2020 finish expects revenue to be down 15.3% Operating profits down 140.79% to a loss of 477,781 million yuan Estimates total operating income to be down 15.33% to 19.72 billion yuan

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Kim’s Crawfish Review: Part 1

My favorite season is Fall but my favorite time of year is Crawfish season. We are in it ya’ll. I recently stopped in at Busters Crawfish in Porter, which I’ve never been to before. Its totally a hole in the wall place, basically all outdoor and open air. We went on a Saturday night and

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St. Patrick’s Day

UPDATED: MAR 16, 2021 History of St. Patrick’s Day HISTORY.COM EDITORS Who Was St. Patrick? When Was the First St. Patrick’s Day Celebrated? Growth of St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations The Irish in America The Chicago River Dyed Green St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations Around the World What Do Leprechauns Have to Do With St. Patrick’s Day?

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BBQ Spare Ribs

BBQ Spare Ribs: As a young mother of 7 yr old and 2 yr old I live on a budget. But unfortunately, my stomach still craves at a pricier expense. With that being said, I had to enhance my recipes so that I can still satisfy my fancy cravings. Yes, to me ribs are fancy!

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Security

This email is being sent on behalf of Hampton Hale, Corporate Director, BIS Programs.   As you may be aware, on Tuesday, March 9, Verkada security cameras suffered a serious security breach when international hackers gained access through the cloud to live feeds of 150,000 surveillance cameras inside customer facilities, including hospitals, government agencies, and schools. In

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NASA Home & City

As a parent of school aged children, I’m always looking for fun new ways to get their attention and learn with them.  After a recent conversation with my son about all the different tools and technology space travel has brought to our society, I went in search of a good resource.  After a quick search

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Security

HIPAA & Cybersecurity Updates Comparitech Security reports that ransomware attacks cost the US healthcare industry over $20 billion in 2020. Sandhills Medical Foundation of McBee, South Carolina, notified an unknown number of patients that their PHI was exposed after ransomware attack. Molson Coors Beverage Company, headquartered in Chicago, IL, notified an unknown number of customers

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Technology communications

Nursing homes must use Kno2 to survive? Porter Research published results of survey that found 78% of hospitals would potentially stop referrals (sending patients for care) to nursing homes who do NOT have a way to receive the referrals electronically (i.e. Direct Secure Messaging) Only 12% of nursing homes surveyed said they were equipped with

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Industry News

Ricoh clarifies its commitment to print The Japan Times newspaper published an article entitled; “Is print dead? With shift to digital, office-equipment giant Ricoh votes yes” This article apparently caused quite a storm, as both Ricoh Europe and Ricoh USA had their executives give interviews stating that print is still an essential part of Ricoh

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Rebooting the Copier/Printer

MFP’s may not function properly after a power loss. Problems may include “not printing”, “not scanning”, displaying error codes or other oddities. I recommend turning off the “MAIN” power switch for a minimum of 10 seconds PLUS unplugging the machine’s power cord in an attempt to correct any odd problems. The “MAIN” power switch is

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Sharpening My Cooking Skills

Ever since the covid19 pandemic started and all of us went sheltering into our homes and spend a lot of time with the immediate family, my wife and I decided to learn more about cooking. Watching YouTube cooking videos, we started cooking national and international recipes like American, Cuban, Colombian, Chinese, Mexican, Italian, Central America

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Industry News

Ricoh CEO details plans for future Interview published in Japan Times magazine of Jake Yamashita, president and CEO Sales in its DocuWare ECM division up 48% in Europe in 2020 Aims to shift to a digital services company Goal of 150 billion yen in operating profits by 2025 Reorganizing company into 5 divisions: Digital Services

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Is Ricoh Leaving Print?

Is Ricoh Leaving Print? A Ricoh Exec Goes On Record Posted on March 10, 2021 by IA Staff Tweet Share Share On March 4, The Japan Times ran a story titled, “Is print dead? With shift to digital, office-equipment giant Ricoh votes yes.” To find out What’s Happenin’ at Ricoh, we turned to Jim Coriddi, VP of their dealer reseller

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Keto Cheesecake

Like many others this new year I have been trying to eat healthier and get more active. With all these changes I was on the hunt for something to curb my sweet tooth. I came across this recipe for Keto Cheesecake on Chocolate Covered Katie.com and figured I would give it a try. To my

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Healthcare

Hospitals sending and receiving documents report from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology researched most common methods used by hospitals for sending and receiving summary of care records 68% use fax or mail to send 76% use fax or mail to receive 65% are now also using Direct Secure Messaging to

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