Take photos of your family.
Distance is no object—that’s why we have Skype and screenshotting (Cmd-Shift-3 on the Macintosh).
I’m going to try to use ScanCafe to digitize my parents old photos quickly. I am receiving it as “a thank you gift” during KQED Public Radio’s last pledge drive. The idea is they send you a box, you fill it with photos and slides, and then they give you DVDs with them digitized.
We’ll see how that goes.
Update: Here they are (and some of the ones here).
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Curious to hear how ScanCafe turns out… seems interesting!
Also, curious about ScanCafe. What scares me with these and receipt scanning services is the sending them away, and the photos or receipts not making it or not coming back.
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I love these photos, and I'm glad you're going to try out ScanCafe. It's so important to catalogue these memories so they are preserved forever. ScanCafe sounds like a very cool service for doing that.
I took on a project last year to help my dad digitize my grandparents old photos. Time was really starting to take a toll on them, and now we have them preserved.
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