A nearly deserted expanse of beautiful beach in Cornwall. Taken on an unseasonably sunny October day with an iPhone and stitched together with hugin.
The Cheow Lan Lake is 165 square kilometres and located in Thailand’s Khao Sok National Park. The limestone cliffs can reach up to 960m. We had lunch on one of the raft houses which was very stable—you barely realised you were not on solid ground!
Printers used to be a simple peripheral: connect it to your computer and hope that it will automatically configure the correct driver. If your printer was newer than your OS you accepted that you had no choice but to insert the supplied CD and install the driver along with whatever useless software the manufacturer decided would “enrich your experience”.
In an ideal world a networked printer would be similarly simple: connect it to your network and proceed as before but without the USB cable. Entering a non-trivial wireless password into device with just 6 buttons would be a tedious but infrequent task. Sadly not that simple.
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