Summer

Today, Friday June 21 is the first day of summer. Officially set to begin at 10:54 am here in Houston, we’ve been experiencing summer heat for many weeks. Summer solstice takes place as one of the Earth’s poles has its maximum tilt towards the sun and the sun reaches its highest position in the sky,

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Value

There is hardly anything in the world that some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only are this man’s lawful prey. It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money

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More Kevin, Future Office Technolgy from Konica Minolta through Authorized Dealers

Kevin Kern, Senior VP, Business Intelligence Services for Konica Minolta “Our workplace of the future strategy is based upon three components. First, is the Workplace Hub platform in conjunction with our new iSeries MFP’s. The Workplace Hub is an application services platform that provides an integrated IT infrastructure including hybrid cloud, enterprise-class security  collaboration tools

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Jupiter tonight

On June 10, 2019, our planet Earth flies between the sun and the outer planet Jupiter. Our faster motion places Jupiter – largest world in our solar system, and an exceedingly bright planet in our sky – opposite the sun about once each year. In other words, Jupiter is now rising in the east as

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Hurricane season is here

Is that time of year again to watch out for a possible hurricane hitting Texas and most particularly the city of Galveston and Houston. Recently I saw a billboard suggesting that Houstonians homeowners should get flood insurance because of the danger of flash flooding all year long and hurricane season. Last year’s flooding did a

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E.V’s are taking off in Norway

While driving on the streets of Houston and surrounded areas, I occasionally  smell the obnoxious gas fumes or smog coming from  cars in front or besides me, these are probably some combustion engines that haven’t been tune up for a while or have engine issues and their owners probably paid a bribe to some shady

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a federal holiday in the United States that is observed on the last Monday of May to remember those who have died in military service for the United States.  Memorial Day weekend is seen as the unofficial start of summer.  It is a popular holiday enjoyed with outdoor

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Business Copiers 101

Business Copiers 101 : How to know what copier fits best for your business ? Despite the evolution of technology and the notion of a paperless office, many businesses still need the use of hard copy documents. In order to have a multi-faceted business, it’s important to continue to incorporate both printed and online materials

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Bloom where you’re planted

My wife recently purchased a small plaque that we have since displayed. It is a picture of a beautiful rose blooming in a not so beautiful surrounding. The caption on this picture says, “Bloom where you’re planted.” I can’t tell you how many times I have read this caption and it has caused me to

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From Robert

The following is an email from one of our customers regarding a printing problem resolved by Ray. A note to say Thank you for sticking with me today and accomplishing what I needed. You were courteous and professional during the entire call. Even though I needed to take a call from my boss, you still

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Birthday Parties continue

Happy Easter! Now that it’s over, what to do next? OH YEA, my oldest daughter that still lives with us, the recent College Graduate, is Turning 23 today, Earth Day. Now we have to do some juggling to try and find some time to celebrate her Birthday!… I’m so proud of her and all that

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Easter

This year we celebrate Easter on Sunday, April 21st after the 40-day period called Lent. Although this is the oldest Christian holiday to celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection many people look forward to the Easter Bunny visit. Why is a bunny associated with Easter? The story of the Easter Bunny became common during the 19th century

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A humble president

Only in recent history I’ve heard of handful of presidents that had given up the luxuries and comforts that comes with the status of been president of a country. Among them is the president of Mexico Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. AMLO immediately after winning the presidency of Mexico sold the luxurious presidential airplane worth 250

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Spring

Spring is one of the four temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer.  During early spring, the axis of the Earth is increasing its tilt relative to the Sun, and the length of daylight rapidly increases for the relevant hemisphere.  The hemisphere begins to warm significantly, causing new plant growth to “spring forth,” giving the

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Toner Pirates & Scammers

“Toner pirates are scary, matey. Don’t be scammed by crooks trying to sell you “cheap” bogus toner for your copier or printer.” Recently, one of our customers fell victim to a “Toner pirate”, a scammer, when they agreed to accept toner from a high pressure telemarketer. When the toner arrived at their office, they discovered

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Deer Park Fire From Space

The disastrous fire in Deer Park has been spreading quickly.  The smoke cloud is now so massive that it can be seen from space.  As of this writing there are a total of 7 tanks burning, and they are estimating another 2 days before the fire can be extinguished. via GIPHY Follow the link below

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