How to Get the Best Quality Printer Cartridges at an Affordable Cost
These days it is common to find a quality printer for all your printing needs at an affordable price. The price tends to exponentially rise, however, to keep that printer stocked with quality ink and toner, mainly because printer manufacturers insist their ink and toner is the best suited for their specific models. Fortunately, there are a number of quality options now available when it comes to printer cartridges, often much less expensive than purchasing direct from the manufacturer.
10 New Books on Christian Growth and Serious Christian Living
10 New Books on Christian Growth and Serious Christian Living -- ALL ON SALE Like any good bookstore, we have all kinds of books, shelves in dozens of categories. Gardening, fiction, history, addiction recovery, film studies, engineering; we've got YA novels, cultural criticism, cookbooks, architecture, outdoor recreation, health, grief, and kid's picture books galore. We stand ready as a full service bookstore to help you with almost anything you may ever want -- just use our inquiry page at the website, or give us a call. See a review somewhere or hear an author on Fresh Air or 1A? Chances are we might be getting it in. Heard somebody reference a novel or prayer book? Give us a shout if we can help I suppose one of our largest sections in the store,…
How God Messed Up My Happy Atheist Life
I had no untapped, unanswered yearnings. All was well in the state of Denmark. And then it wasn’t.
5 Tips For Marketing Your Self-Published E-Book to Libraries
Smashwords founder Mark Coker gives indie authors five marketing tips to help get self-published e-books into library collections.
Amazing Video Shows Heart Beating Outside a Body
A technology to keep organs alive outside the body is saving lives. And provoking ethical debates.
Make your ink and paper last longer with these 8 simple tips
Buying new ink is about the last thing anyone wants to spend money on, but it’s also one of life’s apparent inevitabilities. Here are eight things you can do to squeeze out as many prints as possible from each milliliter of ink.
Robots are about to change the way buildings are constructed
A construction robot has to be powerful enough to handle heavy material, small enough to enter standard buildings, and flexible enough to navigate the terrain.
How Fishermen's Bragging Rights Gave Birth To Fine Art
In 19th-century Japan, fishermen found a foolproof way to record trophy catches: a "fish rubbing" inked onto paper, creating a permanent record of their size. Gyotaku soon evolved into fine art.
Aloud for Middle Graders? — The Horn Book
Back in the fifties, in my crowded parochial elementary school, the highest form of good luck landed you in Mrs. Sheeran’s fourth-grade class. The fact that Mrs. Sheeran wasn’t a nun marked her instantly as different But more significant than her street clothes and married name were two admirable practices. First, every day at 10:30 she smuggled us out the back door and down to the playground for an all-class dodgeball game. Second, she read aloud to our class at the end of the day, right before dismissal. Her books of choice were the Happy Hollisters series, and I was so taken with them that I asked for Happy Hollisters books that Christmas. Years later, when I taught sixth grade in the 1990s, I, too, took my students outside for a mid-morning break…
How Bats Protect Rare Books at This Portuguese Library
Bats have been living behind the bookshelves since the 19th century.