One of the really beneficial features of the Fujitsu network-attached scanners is the Central Administration Server (CAS) software that’s included with the devices. You can easily download the software from the scanners, install on a Windows server and have this great capability up and running in no time. Below is a hyperlink to a YouTube video that I scripted and narrated that highlights this handy feature. Enjoy!
This was a video script I wrote and narrated to show the Scan to Microsoft SharePoint capability of the Fujitsu fi-6010N network-attached scanner. Please click the link below to view the video on YouTube:
Brandee, myself and Jack headed up to visit my parents for a few days. We packed up the car, threw Jack in the back (after Brandee piled a bunch of blankets to make him a nice cushion of course 🙂 ) and then began the journey. It takes about 3 hours to get there. We arrived at about 11:30pm after stopping at In-N-Out Burger for a disgustingly, nasty late night dinner.
Saturday morning we got up early, ate breakfast then I treated my dad to a round of golf. We were joined by two younger kids and I tell you what, my dad at 89 years old can still out-golf those young wiper-snappers! He hadn’t played in a long time so he was a bit rusty in the beginning but around the 3rd hole he was back to his regular self hitting the ball straight down the middle of the fairway. Meanwhile I was constantly playing out of the trees due to my horrendous slice that I can’t seem to get under control. We ended up playing a total of nine holes which was sufficient for me because it was getting really hot. On one of the holes my dad had an amazing shot. It was a short Par 3 hole and there was a man-made water fountain in front of the green. The water level was really low. Dad hit a nice shot but it was going to clearly come up short. So the ball splashed in the water and bounced off the concrete floor of the fountain and ended up landing right in front of the green! It was just a short chip from there. I told him that with that kind of luck he should have planned the California Lottery! We didn’t end up keeping score but it was a lot of fun to get out there with my Pa and do what he enjoys doing.
We also got to spend some quality time with my mother watching coverage of the Olympics which was a lot of fun. We got to share a truly memorable moment when Oscar Pistorius of South Africa ran the 400-meter track and field event. Oscar was born with a birth defect that caused him to have both his legs amputated below the knee when he was 11-months old. He was fitted with special prosthetics that allowed him to not only walk normally, but he’s one of the fastest runners in the world! Although he didn’t end up winning a medal his courage was absolutely inspirational. His smile was so genuine that it was infectious. In general in our society, we need more great stories like the one that Oscar provided this past Saturday at the London Olympics.
Another great memory was that my mom feeds the wild deer nightly so they are in a routine of coming up to the house for supper. This particular evening we were blessed by three rather large deer that came up to dine on tortillas and other leftovers. Brandee had cooked a delicious selection of steak, baked vegetables and dinner rolls so the deer got a tasty dinner indeed.
Of course upon our return home Bella was a living hell. She was so mad at us for leaving her alone for almost 40 hours. She was biting me, attacking my legs and in a general piss-poor mood. I did manage to live through the cuts and scrapes but I do have some battle wounds. You’d think that she would have been nice seeing as how we were gone but I guess it’s her way of letting us know that we should never abandon her like that ever again.
Although I’m exhausted from the long drive back and forth it was really great to spend QT with my bestest peeps in the world! We are thinking about planning a trip to Las Vegas for our next adventure so I can’t wait to make it reality then sharing all the fun details. Viva Las Vegas!
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