Are you better off using an online photo service like Shutterfly or doing it at home? If you count the pennies, Shutterfly wins. Ink and paper in bulk cost around 12 cents per photo, the same as Shutterfly. But that's not counting the cost of your printer, and the annoyance of paper jams and hassles. Also, the ink can dry up and clog the printer if you don't use it much. We once lined up six printers that had clogged because of infrequent use. If you need a print immediately, places like Walgreens and CVS will let you pick up your photos a few hours after you order them. We use our printers, an Okidata laser and a Canon inkjet, mainly for Joy's homemade greeting cards and Bob's stock analyses. TALKING TO YOUR PRINTER Continuing along the printer line: Have you talked to it lately? If you have an Epson EcoTank, WorkForce or Expression model, you can talk to your printer, using Amazon's Alexa, iPhone's Siri or Google Assistant. Install the free Epson iPrint app and you're good to go. You … [Read more...] about For photo prints, online sites may be more cost effective
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The money can be pretty good but you're on your own. For some people that's the best part. John Rampton Published 11:16 am CST, Tuesday, February 5, 2019 50 work-from-home jobs paying as much or more than the average salary, according to Enterpreneur Magazine. 50 work-from-home jobs paying as much or more than the average salary, according to Enterpreneur Magazine. Photo: Getty Images Photo: Getty Images Image 1 of / 62 Caption Close Image 1 of 62 50 work-from-home jobs paying as much or more than the average salary, according to Enterpreneur Magazine. 50 work-from-home jobs paying as much or more than the average salary, according to Enterpreneur Magazine. Photo: Getty Images 50 Work-From-Home Jobs Paying as … [Read more...] about 50 Work-From-Home Jobs Paying as Much or a Lot More Than the Average American Salary
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | The Easy (and Free) Way to Make a Budget Spreadsheet Supported by TECH TIP With a little time, typing and easy-to-use software, you can quickly see your financial picture much more thoroughly and better plan for the future. ByJ. D. Biersdorfer Jan. 16, 2019 It’s January and you’ve gone and done it: You’ve resolved to keep better track of your personal finances. But deep down, you’re not sure where to start. Sure, you can buy accounting software, sign up for a service or poke around your bank’s online offerings for money management. But don’t overlook what is probably the best option of all: a simple and free spreadsheet you make yourself. Never used spreadsheet software before and not quite sure what it does? Relax, using it to make a budget is easy, because … [Read more...] about The Easy (and Free) Way to Make a Budget Spreadsheet
When Snap appointed a chief strategy officer (CSO) in 2014, the move was widely noticed — and not just because the owner of the Snapchat messaging app had picked a banker who made his name advising on the massive initial public offering of Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce group. It was the first time Snap had employed a CSO. The role of the CSO is only a few decades old, but it is growing increasingly popular. Companies large and small continue to create the CSO position. They apparently recognize the value of having a member of the C-suite who is primarily oriented to the long-term future of the company, and to sustainability and profitability. Unlike the CEO, whose day job often focuses on short-term performance, the CSO can, in theory, concentrate on the future. And unlike other C-suite officers such as the chief financial officer, the chief marketing officer, or the chief information officer — whose points of view are influenced by the sometimes large functions … [Read more...] about Memo to the CEO: Is Your Chief Strategy Officer Set Up for Success?
.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ..........Copyright © 2019 Albuquerque JournalThe Legislature will get a look at what comprehensive marijuana legalization might look like for New Mexico.Whether lawmakers decide to pass it is the big question.ADVERTISEMENTSkipThe legislation, sponsored by Rep. Javier Martinez and Sen. Jerry Ortiz y Pino, both Albuquerque Democrats, would create a major industry that would need to be licensed, taxed and regulated.The state also would spend millions trying to mitigate any damage legalized pot causes to education, law enforcement and rehabilitation programs.About 60 percent of likely voters in New Mexico support legalizing recreational cannabis, and the number nationwide is higher.Supporters here are seeking to have the Legislature legalize recreational cannabis – unlike most other states, … [Read more...] about Legal pot or not: Passage hinges on a few Senate Democrats