$400 – Pick-up
The Epson Stylus Pro 9000 InkJet Printer is a reliable, efficient and Economical printer combining high quality and wide formats.
- Resolutions up to 1440 x 720 dpi – photo quality posters.
- 150 sheet input capacity, or rolls.
- Accept various medium – paper, vinyl, fabric, canvas, mylar. Rolls or sheet-fed.
- Extra set of inks, plus roll of paper and mylar.
I paid $2k for this a couple years ago ($8,000 new), used it once, and left the country for a job. It worked perfectly; now the inks are dry so needs the lines drained and cleaned with a special fluid for that. I talked to Epson tech support and they are friendly and knowledgeable, and they assured that was a pretty common task for a printer that’s not used frequently.
I was in prepress, very familiar with printing> Not trying to sell you a lemon! More of a web designer now, do very little printing.
- Location: Austin-towards Dripping Springs
“This is actually my favorite,” is what Barack Obama said while revealing a handful of his current lucky charms to reporters. “It is like a little piece of luck.”
My friend Kaycee designed it and you can buy it (you wont believe how inexpensive it is!) at
and btw, Kaycee told me “we did the Braille because we want people to feel the words, not just see them. Basically, talk the talk and walk the walk…”
Way to go, great work!
what do you think?
(Numb, dumb and overcome)
On the first day of last week’s Republican National Convention, St.Paul police arrested 284 people, among them alternative journalist Amy Goodman, host of “Democracy Now!” a syndicated news and opinion radio and satellite show. Goodman was charged with “misdemeanor obstruction of a legal process and interference with a peace officer.”
I enjoyed working at different locations, so might as well do the same in Austin. Fair Bean has a great i connection, and great food…
Working at 4500 ft with amazing views, wireless and drinking tea.
Basin at Chisos Mts., Big Bend National Park, TX.
more photos soon…
Basic Hummus – i dont measure, so these specs here are guesstimates.
-25oz can Westbake Organic Garbanzo Beans
-3 TbSp Santa Cruz Organic lemon juice
-1-2 organic garlic cloves
-1/2 cup Whole Foods Roasted Tahini
-1/3 cup 365 Organic Olive Oil
-1 TbSp Sea Salt
Mix in a blender or food processor. I use a blender, and add the garbanzo bean juice out of the can until i get a creamy consistency. It tens to thicken a bit, specially after its cooled; It is best served cooled, at least a couple hours, better overnight.
Ok now the fun part: mixin’ it up. I like to make everything different every time, here are a couple of my favorites:
Add celery and onions in the blender, then eat with celery.
A great variation i found works well is adding your local honey and stevia and extra salt.
– 2 TbSp Local Honey (Local Honey is a natural antihistamine)
– 2 TbSp Sea Salt (in addition to the 1 in the basic recipe, so 3 TbSp total)
– 8 drops Stevita liquid stevia extract