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CSS User Manual - Daily Operations By Robert Kefauver
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This is the user manual for the Windows version of Compatible Software Systems (CSS) programs for convenience store accounting and inventory management. Well illustrated step by step instructions. ... More > Included are instructions for the Dailybook - starting at downloading the daily report from the POS system and continuing to print and close. UPC/PLU maintenance is documented in detail including linkages for such things as cigarettes and ring top six packs. Seven different ways are described to change retail prices including the Passport Mix & Match and Combo Promos. Invoice data entry is thoroughly covered - entering invoices manually, by EDI and with the Portable Data Terminals. Chapters are included for month end processing and using the interfaces to QuickBooks, Peachtree and MAS90 accounting. Ideal for those just starting to use CSS. It is also an excellent tool for those who want to train a substitute or replacement.< Less
Penguin in the Pew By Donald Parris
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Penguin in the Pew clears up the confusion about the terms "free" and "open source", addresses the challenges of hardware compatibility, software interoperability, and whether a... More > migration is really more expensive than an upgrade. Readers will learn why and how they should migrate to the GNU/Linux operating system. Additionally, Penguin in the Pew connects readers to the growing community of Christians who use, develop and provide technical support for GNU/Linux and other free and open source applications. The book's author, Don Parris, invites fellow Christians to join in a dialogue where the GNU/Linux "philosophy" and Christian values intersect.< Less
Penguin in the Pew By Donald Parris
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Penguin in the Pew clears up the confusion about the terms "free" and "open source", addresses the challenges of hardware compatibility, software interoperability, and whether a... More > migration is really more expensive than an upgrade. Readers will learn why and how they should migrate to the GNU/Linux operating system. Additionally, Penguin in the Pew connects readers to the growing community of Christians who use, develop and provide technical support for GNU/Linux and other free and open source applications. The book's author, Don Parris, invites fellow Christians to join in a dialogue where the GNU/Linux "philosophy" and Christian values intersect.< Less
Penguin in the Pew (Download Edition) By Donald Parris
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Penguin in the Pew clears up the confusion about the terms "free" and "open source", addresses the challenges of hardware compatibility, software interoperability, and whether a... More > migration is really more expensive than an upgrade. Readers will learn why and how they should migrate to the GNU/Linux operating system. Additionally, Penguin in the Pew connects readers to the growing community of Christians who use, develop and provide technical support for GNU/Linux and other free and open source applications. The book's author, Don Parris, invites fellow Christians to join in a dialogue where the GNU/Linux "philosophy" and Christian values intersect.< Less
Google Daydream Vr: Learning the Basics By Bill Stonehem
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Daydream is a new virtual reality platform that has been developed by Google Inc. It was initially introduced at the Google I/O in 2016 and is scheduled to be released in November of 2016. The... More > platform is made to be contained in the Android operating system beginning with the Android 7 Nougat system. This platform will include software and hardware specifications with the compatible devices referred to as Daydream-Ready. It is the successor to Google Cardboard This book will cover many of the details of the Daydream platform to adequately inform the reader on all they need to know.< Less
Magister Templi By Joe E Bandel
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Magister Templi shows how modern science and chaos theory are compatable with advanced metaphysical concepts. Science is not in conflict with paranormal and supernatural activity. This is the OAK... More > 1st Degree study material and provides conceptual initiation into advanced metaphysical topics. It provides a solid framework on which to build your own paradigm or belief system. Compare to a software upgrade on your computer that is more suitable for today’s world. It integrates hard science, religion, psychology, metaphysics and objectivism into a working system that gets results.< Less
The New Chromecast: A Guide for Beginners By Philip Tranton
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Chromecast is a selection of digital media players manufactured by Google. Created as small dongles, the devices play audio or video content on a smart TV or audio system by streaming the content... More > through Wi-Fi or from networks operating in that area. Users choose the means through which the want to play with the help of apps found on cellular phones and apps from the internet that is compatible with Google Cast technology. Also, videos or music can be mirrored from the Chrome operating on a personal computer. The original Chromecast, which was a video streaming device, was launched on July 24, 2013, and was in stores at the same time and sold for US$35. The Google Cast was launched on February 3, 2014, which gave access to third parties to adjust their software to be compatible with Chromecast. Google reported that over 20,000 Google Cast compatible apps are accessible after of May 2015.< Less