The family room goes digital


For many Americans, the family room is where more living happens than the living room. Increasingly it’s also the media room, the place where family and friends gather to watch movies and sports events on big screens or the kids hang out for video games. And perhaps most uniquely, it’s also where the family watches its own media—family videos or photos that once sat on a shelf or in an album, but which can now be far more accessible for spontaneous viewing.

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  • Take a typewriter with centronics interface, and a usb to centronics adapter. The main issue might be the driver, but with GIMP or CUPS you might find one or at least some documentation to write it yourself.

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