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'''NINJa''' refers to the [[CUIT]]-developed printing system. The precursor to NINJa was called JAKE. No one has any idea why it was called that, and everyone at AcIS agreed that it didn't sound very bad ass at all. Therefore, the new name: "Ninja Is Not Jake." Seriously.
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'''NINJa''' refers to the [[CUIT]]-developed printing system that powers 100 printers throughout the Morningside Heights campus. The precursor to NINJa was called JAKE. No one has any idea why it was called that, and everyone at AcIS agreed that it didn't sound very bad ass at all. Therefore, the new name: "Ninja Is Not Jake." Seriously. Some of the graduate schools opt out of NINJa and provide their own system.
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Undergraduate students get 100 pages per week of free black and white printing on NINJa, plus an extra 100 per semester. You can print to NINJa from any CUIT campus computer. Specific NINJa printers can be added to your personal computer and printed to directly from anywhere in the world. In addition the handy website [https://printatcu.com/ Print@CU], develoepd by [[Sam Aarons]] allows users to upload PDFs and other documents for easy printing. Once you've printed you must walk to the printer and authenticate with your UNI and password to retrieve the print job.
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NINJa is one of the unsung gems of the CUIT world, with generous quotas and generally decent, if imperfect, reliability.
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
[http://www.columbia.edu/acis/facilities/printers/ninja.html Ninja Printing System]
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*[http://www.columbia.edu/acis/facilities/printers/ninja.html Ninja Printing System]
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*https://printatcu.com/
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Revision as of 10:40, 7 April 2012

NINJa refers to the CUIT-developed printing system that powers 100 printers throughout the Morningside Heights campus. The precursor to NINJa was called JAKE. No one has any idea why it was called that, and everyone at AcIS agreed that it didn't sound very bad ass at all. Therefore, the new name: "Ninja Is Not Jake." Seriously. Some of the graduate schools opt out of NINJa and provide their own system.

Undergraduate students get 100 pages per week of free black and white printing on NINJa, plus an extra 100 per semester. You can print to NINJa from any CUIT campus computer. Specific NINJa printers can be added to your personal computer and printed to directly from anywhere in the world. In addition the handy website Print@CU, develoepd by Sam Aarons allows users to upload PDFs and other documents for easy printing. Once you've printed you must walk to the printer and authenticate with your UNI and password to retrieve the print job.

NINJa is one of the unsung gems of the CUIT world, with generous quotas and generally decent, if imperfect, reliability.

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