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I can't remember the last time that 'paint' (ps. it's ink - there's a clue in the name) dried up in an inkjet printer. You'd have to leave it unused for a very long time for that to even stand a chance of happening. Unless you actually mean 'runs out of ink' in which case there's no difference there between the two types as lasers 'run out of toner' as well, neither will print without food.

As has already been mentioned, quality comes down to more than the printer itself (and most printer models are pretty much the same with regards to quality these days, the differentiators tend to be speed of print and other extras with regard to paper handling etc - unless you are looking at printers designed purely for photographic work, for example, which will be tweaked for this usage.) The inks you use make a difference, and some cheap third party inks aren't as good as the OEM ones - just to confuse matters not all OEM inks are equal either; some have better longevity than others for example. The paper is probably the biggest difference the end user can influence: use crappy, lightweight, cheap paper and the results will not be as good as heavier, more expensive and better paper. This is especially apt when printing mixed text and image sheets.

If you are an average office, with average office needs, then the speed of duplex printing you get from a laser (which doesn't have ...

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There are three things wrong with DaniWeb: no traffic, no traffic and no traffic. Pain points were never an issue before Google sunk DaniWeb search results.

I am at a loss as to how to solve this issue, I'm sad to say. We have a superb core of experienced members happy to help those actually looking for help. We have a great community feel that stretches across everything that DaniWeb does. What we don't have is the exposure on search engines, well Google, and without that nobody gets to discover the good things about DaniWeb. I'm no SEO expert, but there must be some traction in looking at what Google doesn't like about DaniWeb and changing that (even if only at the cosmetic/surface level) to be more Google friendly?

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Yes, yes and yes.
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Oh, I get more than enough requests from recruiters. However, I apply my usual common sense filtering and 99.9% of them are just diverted into the etherial dev null trash. Ditto the the crap that's designed to get you to sign up to the totally pointless (as far as I can see) premium subscription plan.

The offers of work that turn into client contracts have all come from existing contacts or people requesting contact who are what they say (and a quick Google on them/their company usually confirms or otherwsie).

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I must be the only person on DaniWeb that doesn't think LinkedIn is a steaming pile of poop. Not that I'm a huge fan, but I've had a profile their for the longest time, post links to my editorial and have had (and continue to have) offers of work that turn into paying clients. Beyond that, I've also made some interesting contacts that I wouldn't otherwsie have done (differrent to my Twitter or Facebook networks).

Skype, can't comment as I don't do videoconferencing or phone calls for that matter - I've been phonephobic for many years so it's email/sms/f2f or nothing. Yes, as a journalist this can make life more complicated than it should be :-)

As for Github, can't see much bad coming out of the MS acquisition if I'm honest - other than maybe the haters finding an alternative, just because they've gotta hate.

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What an odd question, from someone who has just posted an advert for their SEO/Social Media Marketing company (now deleted, as is the case with all such spam).

Of course, if your idea of SEO is posting adverts on forums then you need all the help you can get buddy!

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Hi ALHANOUF

Even though you've obviously searched for and found a relevant thread to which you have attached your question, you may have failed to notice that this particular discussion has been dead for NINE years. Resurrecting long dead threads is frowned upon in forums such as ours, and does you no favours in getting the help you seek.

May I suggest that you ask your question again, but as a new post and with as much background information as is required to help our experts answer it for you in a timely fashion? That way you are much more likely to get the help you want, thanks...

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If you go to google and search for bing, the second hit is for a CBeebies TV show "Meet Bing, his carer Flop and all their friends. Watch clips and make a picture with Bing. Based on the books by Ted Dewan" although I'm not sure that tells us much.

However, when I go to bing ands search for goggles there are no hits for google on the first page, just hits for goggles. So not sure what's happening at your end Rev!

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Please acquaint yourself with the rules taking particular note of "do provide evidence of having done some work yourself if posting questions from school or work assignments" and then come back with the appropriate additional information such as what problems you are having with your code, and include that code, so people can help you.

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Nope. Mainly because until I just Googled it I had no idea what NHAI stood for. Now that I know it is the National Highways Authority of India, I still cannot agree as I know nothing about highway commuting in India.

I'm kind of assuming that you are going to be involved in the sales or marketing of incident management systems, or am I wrong?