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Morning Stream Bingo

Pick a random Bingo Card from the 999 choices below! Call Cards tms-bingo-cards 1.pdf tms-bingo-cards 10.pdf tms-bingo-cards 100.pdf tms-bingo-cards 101.pdf tms-bingo-cards 102.pdf tms-bingo-cards 103.pdf tms-bingo-cards 104.pdf tms-bingo-cards 105.pdf tms-bingo-cards 106.pdf tms-bingo-cards 107.pdf tms-bingo-cards 108.pdf tms-bingo-cards 109.pdf tms-bingo-cards 11.pdf tms-bingo-cards 110.pdf tms-bingo-cards 111.pdf tms-bingo-cards 112.pdf tms-bingo-cards 113.pdf tms-bingo-cards 114.pdf tms-bingo-cards 115.pdf tms-bingo-cards 116.pdf tms-bingo-cards 117.pdf tms-bingo-cards 118.pdf...

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Friends of Bonita Springs Public Library

The Friends of Bonita Springs Public Library supports their local library by funding services, capital improvements, and hosting luncheons and book sales. Getting the word out these days requires a website that is visually appealing, easy to keep up-to-date and thorough information. Papyrus Document & Design designed the website to reflect their vision and support their work.

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8 Weight Adventures

Since his “office” is on the water, 8 Weight Adventures’ charter captain provides his clients with travel info, primers on fly fishing, photo galleries, and trip planning information on his website.

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Our Mothers Home

A non-profit site to keep supporters, volunteers and board members on the same page in their mission to help foster teens with babies.

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Friends of South County Regional Library

The award-winning Friendsofscrl.org serves as a 24/7 “storefront” for this all volunteer non-profit, with ticket and membership sales, a self-expiring calendar, newsletter archives, extensive photo galleries and online scrapbooks of each year’s events.

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$100 Google Adsense credits for current, or potential, Papyrus clients

Google Adsense gave us (10) $100 account credits to distribute to current or future clients. Email us for your code! It must be a new account.

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Quit Using IE 6 Already, Please

Finally, a real “press item” that says what I’ve wanted to tell clients for years – quit using Internet Explorer 6. The June 7, 2010 issue of “Information Week” recommends upgrading or replacing the now 9-year-old internet browser for security reasons. It’s age and lack of modern defenses makes it an easy target for hackers. I dislike it because it is not compliant with current web standardsand makes designing a consistent interface almost impossible. The web has chagned a lot in 9 years. If your browser is 9 years old, you aren’t seeing the...

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