Whenever I wander into engineering type topics, I am always amazed at what people have been able to figure out over time. It boggles the mind, really. SpaceX is pushing the boundaries, in an attempt to reduce the costs of getting to space. Here is their current issue: http://techcrunch.com/2015/02/11/spacexs-rocket-recovery-attempt-thwarted-by-humanitys-oldest-enemy-the-sea/
It isn’t always easy for a startup company with a free product to ever make it to profitability, but eventually, with enough eyeballs and advertising revenue, sometimes they do…
We’ve only been carrying the HP Q2392A for a short time, and it has already become quite popular. It is the original formula that RENA carried as their Easy Ink, and SECAP private labelled as Picaso. Each of those brands moved to the CG353A formulation (which we still carry as Picaso), and HP has put their own name of 2560 ink onto the original formula, designed for printing on Aqueous coated stocks.
If you’re interested in a general purpose ink for aqueous coated stocks, and would like to save a few $$ per cartridge, the Q392A is a good choice.
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I like stories like this, partially because I think their products are well-made, even though I don’t own any (how contradictory is that?), and partially because I am always intrigued as to why the decision is made, as well as what the results were from the last decision.
Make Potato Chips!! Huh? Just a little story about turning a negative business situation into a positive, mostly by expanding into a vertical business model.
There are some very cool toys that can be used for snow, for those of you that don’t have any Or can be used for other things, if you so choose
Because it is a little bit confusing for some, I wanted to post a front / back picture of one of our newer stocked cartridges, the HP 2560, also known as the Q2392A.
This formulation is the original formula for the SECAP Picaso and the RENA Easy-Ink, which was licensed through HP and private labelled by those two companies. The ink was reformulated into the CG353A, but kept the same or similar names.
Now, HP is packaging the original formula as the Q2392A or HP 2560, available at a discount to the two private labelled newer formulations.
So, if you were having success with the original formulation, or possibly didn’t know it changed, there is a lower cost alternative to the SECAP Picaso and RENA Easy-Ink. If you have any questions about it, please feel free to contact us for more information.
Here is some news that the App economy is larger than the motion picture industry. That is mind boggling to me. http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2015/01/the-app-economy-is-now-bigger-than-hollywood/384842/
Just couldn’t pass up passing this along … Sometimes curious what goes through a person’s head when naming a child. Birthday party for my son “Versatile” is this weekend