Posts Tagged ‘printing’

  • Today in Legal History: Carbon Paper Patented in London

    Carbon paper was patented in London on Oct. 7, 1806. While it may be difficult to visualize in this age of electronic copies and photocopy machines, at one time if you wanted a copy of something, you hand printed it yourself.  With the creation of carbon paper, used in conjunction with a typewriter, multiple copies […] Read more...
  • Printing Overload

    When doing online research, it is easy to inadvertently print more material than you intend.  Remember that all of the law school student printers are shared.  That means there are hundreds of students using the same printers.  Next time you print, consider whether you really need everything you are sending to the printer.  Annotations along […] Read more...
  • Printing

    Remember that while printing from Westlaw and Lexis does not come out of your print account, it is not without environmental cost. Please print only what you need. Mistakes often happen when printing statutory code provisions; including the annotations in your print job can lead to hundreds of unnecessary pages printed. Read more...
  • Printing in the Law Library

    The DDC is experiencing an extremely high volume of print activity. Be patient with the student assistants working behind the counter. They must carefully sort through every print job to ensure accuracy. The process can be time consuming. Often a small, single page job will be interposed between large printouts. Remember that the DDC is […] Read more...