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Scandal Around Google’s Paperless 2013 Campaign

The year started with the launch of anti-paper campaign initiated by the Paperless Coalition with Google being at the head. The aim of the project is to withdraw “the need for paper from "paperwork"”. The group makes reference to the US Environmental Protection Agency claiming that an average office worker wastes 10.000 paper sheets per year damaging the environment dramatically....
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Epson WorkForce WF-3520DWF

Here is one more office-bound all-in-one under Epson trademark promising robust and reliable work along with a bunch of additional functions and user’s interfaces. WorkForce WF-3520DWF was designed for high-end printing providing good quality of outputs and low running costs in comparison with laser rivals....
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Refilling and installation of refillable cartridges (RC) for Epson plotters

Using RCs for plotters is more financially efficient than using original cartridges. The only drawback is that you will need to refill it either on your own or with the help of the specialist. To perform refilling at home follow this instruction....
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3D Photography by Matjaž Tančič

Most new ideas appear to be old ones but seasoned with new sauce. Matjaž Tančič, a Slovenia-born fashion photographer, has reinvented stereoscopic images adding 3D effect to works of his own. His series “Mimicry” combines high fashion motives with magnificent landscapes of Europe and Asia....
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Kodak Stays Afloat After Netting $525 Millions in Patent

At the beginning of this year Kodak managed to sell its imaging patents to the consortium of 12 for more than half a billion. The company put on sale 1,100 digital imaging patents expecting to earn $2,6 billion, the sum consulting firm prognosticated. Though the gains appeared to be far from this number, still even this sum is going to help the company to emerge from its troubles already by the first half of next year...
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Young British Artists You Must Not Miss: Russell Hill

Russell Hill is a promising young artist, who won at Catlin Art Prize in 2011 and recently was featured on Saatchi Online. Born in 1988 in Midlands, he graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2010 and received his BA degree with Honors in Fine Art and is now studying Fine Art Sculpture at Royal College of Art....
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Not So Ice Iceland

It is nearly impossible to imaging crowd of tourists taking a stroll hither and thither around landscapes of Iceland. Thanks God! Though, the need for pristine scenes is always at a premium....
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Fashion Collages by Ernesto Artillo

Average cropping of by the hand images is not about Ernesto Artillo. A Spanish artist and photographer originates fashion-like collages with elementsthat at first sight would hardly fit each other....
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Mobile AIO Concept by Claudia Copersito

The Wallet is a new step in mobile technology development. The device intending to bring together functionality of a phone, camera and tablet was originated by an Italian designer Claudia Copersito. Fresh idea sparkled at Claudia’s head brought closer the possibility of combiningall the gadgets you needed while your everyday activities and abolishing a bunch of bags, accessories and headphones to fit them all....
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Young British Artists You Must not Miss: Hugo Wilson

Hugo Wilson, born in Southwest London in 1982, headed for Florence, Italy when he was 17-years old. There at Charles H. Cecil Studio he familiarised himself with classic approach in fine art and acquired a style that still distinguishes him among contemporary artists....
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