Monthly Archives: April 2014

Who Wants Paperless Government, Anyway?

It’s obviously unpatriotic.  And forget about saving trees. Just in time for Arbor Day 2014, we thought we’d share this frankly hilarous bit that appeared on the Stephen Colbert Report a few months ago.  Thanks to a political action committee … Continue reading

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Digital History: The Vatican Sends History into the Heavens

It’s a modern new digital world at Vatican City. The Pope has a twitter account, Cardinals regularly blog, and Vatican City has ATMs where you can make an electronic donation of “Peter’s Pence” to purchase mementos, pay museum fees, and buy stamps. … Continue reading

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Earth Day eBizBit: Save Energy, Save Cash, Save The Earth

Earth Day Save paower turn off computers at night

What’s the fastest, easiest way to help save the environment AND save your business almost $10,000 every year? Turn off your computer at night.  That’s it. If the average office of 100 workers simply turned off their computers each night … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Trade In Your Scuzzy Old Scanner for Some Real Green This Earth Day!

SCSI scanner trade in

Every Earth Day, we tell you to go paperless.  We’re not doing that this year. This year, we’re just going to encourage you to trade in your scuzzy old scanner for a nice, new, green* Kodak™ scanner instead. We’re even willing … Continue reading

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Digital History: What do Paul Revere, Lexington, and the Boston Marathon Have in Common?

A reason to run – and Patriots Day! Today marks the 239th anniversary of the famous ride of Paul Revere, and tomorrow, April 19th, the Battle of Lexington and Concord, which marks the start of the Revolutionary War.   Patriots’ … Continue reading

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