Updates cost money


SST needs some updated software.  Compatibility issues arise and have to be dealt with.  We also need a new scanner and a multi-function printer would be nice.  If anyone wants to put some money in the "kitty" for these things, the donation button awaits your attention.  pl

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13 Responses to Updates cost money

  1. Eric newhill says:

    Done. Glad I could contribute. Thank you for all you do.

  2. SmoothieX12 says:

    Just bought the house, with all “benefits” that follow, but still donated some humble amount.

  3. Walrus says:

    Thank you Ciol. Lang. Done.

  4. Larry Kart says:

    Done, with gratitude.

  5. David says:

    I just made a donation. I hope it is of some small help. Please keep up the good work.

  6. James Vanasek says:

    Happily done. Keep up the great work

  7. robt willmann says:

    When you mention a scanner and multifunction printer, would one option be a printer that is also a scanner, or are you looking for a separate, high resolution scanner, and a separate printer?

  8. turcopolier says:

    Robt Willman
    I want a higher quality flat bed scanner and a laser jet color printer that is also a non flat bed scanner, copier and fax. pl

  9. kooshy says:

    Colonel Lang, thank you

  10. Degringolade says:

    Colonel: Far be it from me to tell you what to do, but are you aware that, for the most part, a complete new set of color cartridges for a color laser printer usually end up costing more than the printer itself costs. I found this out myself the hard way.
    In the words of Admiral Akbar

  11. LeaNder says:

    Thanks, Colonel.
    Good to have you still around after all these years. 😉

  12. Cieran says:

    Glad to help! A man of letters should always have a good printer!
    Thanks for all you do for your committee of correspondence.

  13. Henshaw says:

    I think regardless of whether you go for an inkjet or for a laser printer, it’s the cost of consumables that will hit hardest, and yes, soon overtake the cost of the unit- even if you use non-genuine consumables.
    That said, I faced a similar purchase earlier this year, and in light of my experiences with inkjet cartridges drying out, blocked jets etc, I went for a small office laser printer, and so far it’s been flawless- quiet, fast start, good quality etc.
    I’ve also made a small contribution- cat’s vet expenses have dented the cash flow a bit lately.

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