Or 'Toner out' is way too cryptic a message
"This company upgrades all its printers to lasers, and they're pretty slick, says a net admin pilot fish on the scene.
'They report to the manufacturer, automatically ordering supplies when they run low,' fish says. 'I also receive emails when the devices report a toner cartridge running low, and I take a replacement to the printer and leave it for the users to replace..." - Computerworld
The guinea pig would rather not get shot
"lot fish is working at a bank, but it's the 1970s, and ATMs are far from common. What this bank has is an after-hours teller window, available from 3 to 7 p.m. It's located in a small enclosure accessible from the street, and its operation involves a human teller working behind a reinforced-concrete wall...." - Computerworld
When I asked you if you had changed anything - oh, never mind!
"It's a long time ago, and this pilot fish's job is to develop all the software to run a shareware business using Foxpro 2.6 for Windows. (We said it was a long time ago.) The software takes care of inventory and stocking of stores, printing labels for the disks and doing all other necessary tasks..." - Computerworld
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