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My name is Lisa Shea. I was fortunate to grow up in a computer-savvy household, using thermal-paper terminals as a child for fun. I’ve had content available on the web since 1990. On December 3rd, 2001 I purchased the domain LisaShea.com to consolidate my content in one location. This website has now been online for nearly twenty years. Over those years I’ve written tens of thousands of articles for the site and loaded up tens of thousands of images.
I wrote my very first blog post here on June 6th, 2006. At the time I used custom-written software I’d created in ASP. In September 2010 I converted my blog over to WordPress. That is what you now see here.
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One of the most frustrating things to happen with a perfectly functional printer is when suddenly one color won’t print properly. Maybe you buy new ink for it. It doesn’t help. The problem is actually with your print head. Here is how to clean the print head of your Canon i9100 printer. Cleaning the Canon
Like most printers, the Canon i9100 printer has a waste ink collection system which allows excess ink to be gathered up. This is used when the printer does things like clean its heads – which really means it just squirts and wastes lots of ink out of the nozzles to try to clean them. I
Bob’s grandfather, Walter Samora, had this banjo for as long as Bob can remember. The family lived in Yonkers, New York. Unfortunately Walter never played his instrument, so Bob just remembers the banjo being around the house. Bob is the musician in the family so it has come down to him. I got some GREAT