You know what a photocopying machine is, I know what a photocopying machine is, but this IT guy has decided he does not. This very real transcript from the Ohio Supreme Court follows seven minutes of absurd yet somehow perfectly logical arguments over what a photocopying machine really is—in legal terms.
You know you have way too much money when you start thinking about gold-plating your office equipment. But actually doing it? These are your salad days slowly being eaten away, Mr Yogi Proctor.
Call it a photocopier or a generic xerox. We all know exactly what we're talking about. Unless you're Ohio state employee Lawrence Patterson, who last year, in one of the most bizarre legal arguments ever, claimed to have no idea.
The concept is simple—motion sensors detect the presence of a victim and prompt the embedded photocopier to scan. The image then shoots out the side—ready to be archived in your collection (plus, it leaves your butt feeling comfortably warm). Unfortunately, pranksters will have to continue on with office copiers for…
Fuji Xerox has developed a new photocopier that can scan a document written in English and then print a copy of it in Japanese or Korean. The photocopier can also do the reverse — translating Japanese or Korean to English — while almost magically maintaining the original layout.