From George

The fall season, Autumn begins Friday September 22 and with it come the seasonal changes we appreciate here in Houston. Shortly, the summer heat and humidity will gradually give way to mild pleasant days and cooler evenings. While we’re not known for the fall foliage like the Northeastern part of the United States, we still

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MADE IT THROUGH THE STORM

According to meteorologists Harvey was supposed to drop between 15 & 20 inches of rain in the Houston area but these experts were so inaccurate in their predictions that I believe they still have a lot to learn about storms, anyhow most of us would had never imagine that this storm would had drop 50

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THE FRIO

It’s time to say good bye to the low humidity and cooler temperatures we have had over the past week or so. And when it’s scorching outside, I’ve heard there’s no better river than the Frio. Cold. Beautiful. Big. Secluded. That’s the Frio. Spanish for “cold”, the Frio is a great tubing river for those

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From Matilde

You never know how strong you are until being strong is the ONLY choice you have. I’m sure a lot of us here in Houston can relate to the above quote.  Hope everyone and their family are safe and together we will rebuild!

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Subject: Hurricane Harvey Relief

All of us at Office Systems of Texas are grateful and proud of the way people around the country have rallied around Houston to give their help and support in this disaster. We are pleased to share this release from Konica Minolta reflecting their commitment to help in our recovery. Thank You to all.   Rick Taylor President

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Hurricane

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone who was adversely affected by Hurricane Harvey. All of us in the Houston and surrounding areas have had a tough week. Now the clean-up begins. We appreciate the basic operations of running water, electricity and communications.

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Harvey ….. ouch

First thing I want to say is….. I live in the BEST city in the BEST State in the BEST country in the WORLD!!!!! Late last week, Hurricane Harvey officially made landfall near Rockport Texas. A CAT 4 storm about 30 miles Northeast of Corpus Cristy and about 180 miles Southwest of Houston. This is

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Harvey may slam Houston

Tropical storm Harvey may come this way over the weekend (Aug. 25th) and drop between 10 and 15 inches of rain according to experts, this storm is supposed to be bigger than Allison that hit us with so much rain that highway 59 looked like a big river and there was total chaos in the

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Office equipment and technology are a significant investment. So, you should always put an effort towards its smooth functioning. We, at Office Systems of Texas, are glad to offer you everything, right from regular maintenance, copier repair to complete servicing. We use the latest technology and all our technicians are all model certified, gaining consistent

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Steak Out

I by no means consider myself a master at grilling, but I always enjoy it. Something about taking time to be outside and enjoying the fresh air, and slow pace that makes for a fun time. My family and I plan our summer get togethers around a nicely prepared meal on the grill. I only

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Konica Minolta buys Muratec, expands market share

Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has acquired Muratec America, Inc., a supplier of multifunction (MFP) products and solutions. Muratec,a Konica Minolta Company is how it will be known. I t was reported, Muratec Machinery Limited (MML) sold their North American office equipment division due to their limited manufacturing and development capabilities. Konica Minolta marks

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We, at Office System of Texas, are an authorized dealer for the Konica Minolta Business Solutions and Samsung Electronics. We aim to take care of all your copy, fax, scanning, printing, documentation, or wide format solution needs with an added emphasis on the technological advancement of our changing industry trends. We have the right equipment

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Congrats to Justin Bateman

Congrats to Justin Bateman! Justin Bateman has been awarded Konica Minolta’s prestigious Tech of the Month for May 2017. In order to obtain KM’s TOTM Award a Technician must meet criteria which include a minimum 70% FCE (First Call Effectiveness) and not to exceed a maximum average of 5 hours response time. Justin maintained an

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From Stephen

Play a magic with maths: Follow the simple calculation step by step. First of all, choose a secret number and keep it in your mind, that number can be any number from 1 to 99; then, Use your secret number time 2; plus 5; time 50; plus 1767; and Minus your year of born;(e.g. 1997)

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Town Hall meeting Sept 7

Houston NW Chamber of Commerce will host a Town Hall meeting Thursday September 7, 2017 beginning with a meet and greet at 5:30 PM. The “State of the Cypress Creek Community” Town Hall meeting will provide updates on community development and collect views and suggestions on how to improve the community. FM 1960 West was

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2017 Eclipse

On Monday August 21st a total solar eclipse will work its way across America from Oregon to South Carolina.  While we in Houston will only be treated to a partial eclipse it will still be a sight to see.  If you plan to experience the eclipse, take a look at NASAs website for some safety tips

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Did you know….

This Thursday marks the 48th anniversary Apollo 11 lunar landing, leading to the first humans to walk the moon. The ‘Eagle’ landed around 8:18pm on the 20th, then Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon about 6 hour later, early morning July 21st. We all know the famous words spoken, “That’s one small step for

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Dog’s Natural Instincts

I recently took my dog “Chiqui’ to the Guadalupe river for her first swim ever and I was amaze how dogs have this natural instinct to swim. Once I placed her on the water her legs started moving in a perfect swimming motion, even when I removed her from the water she kept moving her

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HOT HOT HOT ????

Yep it’s Summer and it’s HOT here in Houston. Granted My daughter lives in Arizona and she has had Temps in the 120s this year, but NO HUMIDITY, that’s what gets us here also. But for those of you who have lived here for some time…it’s normal. NO, we don’t get to see snow that

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Acquiring Wisdom

As a child, I never thought about getting older. Even after I became a mom and my kids got older, I just didn’t picture myself getting old. Now in my forties, I’m trying to figure out how in the world I got here so fast! It’s funny because everyone I talk to feels the same

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The American Dream

People from all over the world want to live the American Dream, to own a car to have a good job and to buy a house. For people abroad most of these things are nearly impossible to obtain in their own country, because of their country’s economic condition, crime and corrupted politicians, Of course America

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Summer Solstice

June 21 is the first day of summer, also known as the Summer Solstice. The Summer Solstice is the day with the most hours of sunlight for the entire year. Today, in Houston we are currently under a Tropical Storm warning watch courtesy of Tropical Storm “Cindy”. This storm is out in the Gulf of Mexico and appears to

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A Beginners Guide to Bitcoin

Once again that crazy new currency is skyrocketing in price, with single Bitcoins selling for thousands each, but for many Bitcoin can be daunting and difficult to understand. What is a Bitcoin? Who is the CEO? How does it work? What is Bitcoin? Bitcoin is a “crypto-currency”, a currency that is completely virtual, with no

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