I'm a pretty big fan of Google, but then, I've already accepted our fate as a race and welcome our robot overlords. There are even rumors that I'm dating a robot, which I can neither confirm nor deny, but the majority of my tech gadgets always work and my computer is generally virus free, so there must be some validity to that claim. Lately Google's been winning some major points with me, partially due to their stance on SOPA and mostly because they're just generally awesome. An example of this awesomeness is Google's Cloud Print, which allows you to print to your home or work computer from anywhere there's a wifi signal (unless you have an iPhone. Doesn't seem to be an iStore app for that yet, but there is one for Android). You merely need to install Google Chrome, sign in to your Google account, and begin setup.
|I went with "Add a Classic Printer". My Brother printer has been set up to work on my wifi network already.|
|At this point, my usual printer has yet to be added to the queue.|
|But after some clicking around, I find that it's in my list of options.|
|After hitting print, I went to check, and lo and behold, it worked. I'll have to try this the next time I'm at a coffee shop.|
I'm currently researching iPhone options for printing on the go, and when I find a solution that works (and is free), I'll let you guys know.