Thanks Gloria for your below posting.
“I learned of an Irvine, California company called scanmyphotos.com while reading an article called “Your Photos, Off the Shelf at Last,” by David Pogue in the August 13th edition of The New York Times. This company sounds too good to be true – but apparently they are and it is. I suspect if others react to what this company offers as I did, the company is going to be flooded with work.
Here’s what they offer: Scanning 1,000 photos, burning them to a DVD, and charging you $50 for it! Is that the deal of the year? The decade? There are requirements — things like the images need to be between 3×3 to 11×14, bundled together in like sizes, cannot scan from a photo album, and so on. They also scan slides, negatives, VHS to DVD (ooh … that comes in handy).
Is it just me? Or are you now adding another item to the “to do” list?
Suzanne Says: August 18th, 2008 at 12:47 pm
That is such a deal!! My husband has a slide scanner. He puts in four slides at a time and it is SLOW!!
glennis Says: August 21st, 2008 at 12:41 pm
thanks for that! enjoyed your work at the LB Quilt Festival. both the larger geometric quilts and especially the small journal pieces from 2005. were you at the show?