A few weeks ago I got a new printer, even though the old one does a good job with color. The new printer is a Canon, which I’ve never had before. It’s one of those all-in-one printers, and yes I know, people complain about how one of those things always goes out. I still haven’t set up the fax, but I love the other tasks that it will take care of. It’s wireless so I can print from my iPad in the other room. It prints double sided, which I love. I have it set to do that automatically, but I can change it when I want. It prints photos. My HP supposedly prints photos, but I could never get it to work. I haven’t looked at the resolution of the scans it produces, but mostly for my part, it’s sufficient. And I love having a copier. When I draw out a design and color it, it is so nice to be able to copy it first. That way the design doesn’t have to be drawn all over again. I don’t work for Canon, and if you’re interested knowing, it’s a Canon MX922. I got mine from Best Buy, and I learned that they will match prices, even from Amazon. And if you’re wondering why this Ode to Printer, it makes things easier. Before copying became so easy to do at home, I would sometimes redraw a design bunches of times because I didn’t like the colors I used on it. What’s an important tool that you use?